Very excited to announce that my image of a Tamandua in Costa Rica has won Highly Honored in this years Windland Smith-Rice International Photography Awards, one of the most prestigious wildlife photography competitions in the world.
It is a great honor to be selected among the the 25,000 entries from over 50 countries. The category winners and highly honored images will be published in the 2013 Awards Special Edition of Nature's Best Magazine.
All of the Category Winners and a selection of Read more [...]
I have just returned from six months in Costa Rica, excited to be home and start some new projects here on the East Coast of Canada. Before I left Costa Rica, I had the privilege of meeting up with Chris Milnes, founder and owner of Dorsal Clothing, a clothing company that donates 50% of all profits to charities and campaigns that help in the fight to save sharks.
Marine related conservation issues are some of the most pressing we face today, and within this complicated subject lies the terrifying Read more [...]
My discovery and images of over 80 dead juvenile black tip sharks (Carcharhinus limbatus) near the island of Cabuya off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica was released to the press today by the conservation group PRETOMA, a large and influential non-profit in Central America.
The indiscriminate and unregulated slaughter of sharks for fins and meat is one of the largest conservation issues we face today. This unsustainable practice threatens the balance Read more [...]
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