Journal and Print Covers

My images can help to raise the profile of your research and increase the likelihood of appearing on the cover of high-impact journals. Below are journal covers that have featured my photographs.

Select Online Publications

Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior

July 2, 2021

Die ganze Affenbande auf Kurs

Prof. Margaret C. Crofoot, Ph.D.

Madagascar Conservation and Development

Vol 14, No 1 (2019)

Wildlife hunting in complex human-environmental systems: How understanding natural resource us and human welfare can improve conservation in the Ankarafantsika National Park, Madagascar

Cortni Borgerson, Jean F. Randrianasolo, Toky R. Andraina, Evelin J. G. Anjaranirina, Hervet J. Randriamady, Samuel Merson, Luke Dollar, Christopher D. Golde

Book Photographs

  1. Photographs (2), Mammal Societies, Tim Clutton-Brock, Wiley Blackwell, 2016
  2. Photographs (6), How Humans Evolved, R. Boyd and J.B. Silk, W.W. Norton & Company, 1997
  3. Wild Moms, Motherhood in the Animal Kingdom, Dr. Carin Bondar, Pegasus Books Ltd, NY, 2018

Book Illustrations

Selection of illustrations appearing in book form:

  1. Illustrations and Figures (31), The Fruit, the Tree, and the Serpent, Why We See So Well, Lynne A. Isbell, Harvard University Press, 2011
  2. Positioning Illustrations (17) and Anatomical / Medical Illustrations (89), Radiology of Birds, An Atlas of Normal Anatomy and Positioning, S. Silverman and L. Tell, Saunders Elsevier, 2010
  3. Positioning Illustrations (4) and Anatomical / Medical Illustrations (52), Radiology of Rodents, Rabbits and Ferrets, S. Silverman and L. Tell, Saunders Elsevier, 2005
  4. Cover illustration, The Integrative Neurobiology of Affiliation, Ed. Carter, Lederhendler, and Kirkpatrick, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, V 807, 1997
  5. Cover and figure illustrations (8), Vertebrate Reproduction, E.W. Jameson, Jr., John Wiley and Sons, 1988

Journal and News Illustrations

  1. Use of RFID technology to characterize feeder visitations and contact network of hummingbirds in urban habitats. Ruta R. Bandivadekar, et al. PLoS Dec 12, 2018
  2. UCD Medical School, Newsroom, Sept 3, 2014, Illustration to accompany news release for Breast-fed and bottle-fed infant rhesus macaques develop distinct gut microbiotas and immune systems, Ardeshir et al, Science Translational Medicine, Sep 2014:Vol. 6, Issue 252
  3. Abnormal Early Cleavage Events Predict Early Embryo Demise: Sperm Oxidative Stress and Early Abnormal Cleavage, Burruel et al, Figure 1, Nature, 2014