My goal is to provide photographic services both in the field and in captive situations to enhance the communication of your research and outreach efforts. My images capture the “personality”, behavior, and habitat of a species, and can be focused on specific behaviors or situations to illustrate your research.
Asked to capture images of a wild titi monkey father passing the infant to the mother to nurse, the following images were taken in Tiputini Biodiversity Station in 2014.
During my long career as photographer and scientific illustrator at UC Davis and as a freelance photographer, I have provided images to scientists in a range of subjects from wild and captive nonhuman primates to birds, mammals, and reptiles.
I have experience working in both the field, from Sumatra to the Amazon to the Aleutian Islands, and in captive settings in the US. I can provide images on request to media, authors, investigators, granting agencies, conservation organizations, and research facilities for scientific publications, grant proposals, conferences and symposia, websites and social media, and faculty and student presentations.
Artistic images help to raise the profile of your research and may increase the likelihood of appearing on the cover of high-impact journals.
Select List of Past Clients
- American Society of Primatologists
- Biologists without Borders
- California Air Resources Board
- Dr. T.H. Clutton-Brock, University of Cambridge
- Dr. Meg Crofoot, UC Davis
- DAI, Global Development
- Davis Enterprise
- Foundation for Biomedical Research
- Dr. Katie Hinde, Arizona State University
- Journal of Medical Primatology
- Dr. Brenda McCowan, UC Davis
- MD Anderson, National Center for Chimpanzee Care
- One Health PREDICT, UC Davis
- Sahaya International
- Science, Translational Medicine
- Simons Foundation: Autism Research Initiative
- Speaking of Research
- Society for Neuroscience
- Sacramento Bee
- University of California, Davis
- UC Davis Magazine
- Journal of Virology
- Wiley, American Journal of Primatology