Mar 27th, 2013
Yellowstone, the world’s first National Park, and its ecosystem are at a watershed. How they will both be managed in the face of multiple stressors and rapidly changing attitudes is unclear, but a new book has just been published which looks at these conflicts. With a large MSU footprint, ‘Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition’ is illustrated entirely with my photographs, and brings together the expertise of more than 30 contributors with a forward by the famed naturalist Edward O. Wilson.
Feb 18th, 2013
avec Cindy Goeddel et Sacha Bollet! I know, I know! I’m sorry!! Yes, I have promised to Blog on a couple of occasions in the last month, but you know how it is …… tours to lead, dogs to feed, exams to take, cookies to bake, classes to teach, clients to reach, a muse to please, poetry to …… Hang on, wait a minute! Something’s amiss here, obviously been working too hard!
Jan 5th, 2013
For the 4th year, Audubon Magazine has run its annual photography awards, and I am so pleased that one of my images of a red-naped sapsucker has been selected for the Top 100 out of the 9,361 photos submitted.
Dec 15th, 2012
It's that time of the year again - the season of joy, peace and panic. However, this year Santa very kindly sent me a little helper to toil in the workshop, wrapping presents and stamping those pesky hordes of envelopes. He is out clearing the snow at the moment! I am due to write a blog, but I just finished finals and I have my CPR Certificate to renew and Lightroom handouts to revise, and lots of other pressing tasks, so I have stolen the latest blog from the little helper's website. This guest blogger idea isn’t a bad one! Apparently, his trip from the North Pole wasn't as smooth as it might have been, Santa didn't lay on a private sled! So here it is, the joys of travel …….
Nov 24th, 2012
OK! This is a long one. The weather in the UK is so darn awful, I have lots of indoor time! So, prepare for an even more European Blog than you might have expected!
Nov 15th, 2012
I am at it again, advertising for Montana Magazine - and me too - but then it does have a great Cover Photograph this month!
Oct 26th, 2012
September is a busy time for photographers and creatures alike. Having just finished my Fall season tours for the year, I thought I'd share some thoughts and observations ...
Oct 21st, 2012
A week ago, Bozeman Camera and Repair, Nikon and Canon sponsored the inaugural Bozeman Photo Expo, which was an unbelievable success.
Sep 20th, 2012
or Holes in the Library! When I head into the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to shoot or to scout prior to a tour, I have an open mind. Whatever I might like to see, whether fur, feather or flower, I have always told myself not to wish for or to expect anything. I have always been content and excited with whatever Yellowstone has presented to me, but lately I have found myself exploring and shooting with a rather different mindset.As you know, I have been working on a new website for the past year. When I came to select the photographs for each category of my portfolio, I couldn't help but notice there were some Titanic sized holes in my library. What had Marmots, Sapsuckers and Humans done to deserve to be ignored?
- A Must-Read Yellowstone Classic-to-be
- le Grand Ouest Américain - Yellowstone
- Audubon Top 100 Images Success!
- Security Broadens the Mind
- The French Connection
- Take Wing for 50% Off
- Reflections on September
- The DAM Commandments
- Filling the Gap
- Lightroom Weekend Workshops in Bozeman
- Lightroom 4 ~ Develop Module ~ Hints Part 2
- Lightroom Collections