|For over forty years I have enjoyed the nature of Wyoming. Born and raised in the country of the Teton Mountains, Devil's Tower, and the great High Plains, I’ve never been in want of something to photograph. My first camera, a kodak Browning given to me by parents for my eleventh birthday, instilled in me a higher love for nature and photography. It started with my father, who, when I was old enough to follow along, taught me of the behavior and habits of wildlife. Throughout my youth, I would spend countless hours in the Wyoming wilderness hunting, fishing, tracking, and photographing nature. After starting a family, I spent several years working through the day and taking photography classes at night. When I started working for the U.S. Department of Agriculture as an animal damage control specialist, I studied under some of the top men in the field on wildlife behavior. Now, I continue to pursue the nature I love, and extend my knowledge in the art of photography. I sincerely hope to extend my love for the outdoors and give a little of it to my visitors. Please enjoy my site.|
2007 Nature Conservancy Finalist
2008 Nature’s Best Publications
2009 North American Nature Photgrapher Assoc. Tier II winner
2010 BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Finalist
2010 Windland Smith Rice Wildlife Photographer Finalist
2011 National Wildlife Federation Calendar Photographer
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