I love photography for its own sake and have plenty of cameras to show for it! But I also use photographs for many of my realistic pieces in a variety of mediums. When I print my photographs they are on paper for traditional framing, on canvas, aluminum and occasionally in books depending on their future life.
NOTE: Some browsers (especially Apple's Safari) do strange things to photos. Often you see cropping where none was actually done. It's especially disturbing when looking at Portraits with heads cut off. Try another browser or contact me if you wish to see what appears as an incomplete photo.
Bobcats are a fascinating urban wildlife species, but little is know about their habits, habitat choices and the best conservation strategies to employ for their safety living among humans . BOBCATS IN TUCSON is a three-year study of bobcats living along the urban/wildland interface of the Tucson Mountains near Gates Pass.
I produced these slideshows for the biologists in February 2021:
Since then, I'm the capture and collaring photographer and website manager for the project. Go to Bobcats in Tucson for more information.
This project began in late 2020 and will end in June 2024. The initial funding was a Heritage Fund Urban grant from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The rest of the funding comes from individuals and the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center..