All images within this site have been documented by myself as recorded, please enjoy and feel free to contact me for more information.
What I Do
My photography experience was initiated while attending the University of Montana and North Western Connecticut Community College between 2008-09. My fascination with birds has always existed but has become increasingly more obsessive after participating on a bird walk in 2010, on Nantucket Island led by my friend Kenneth Blackshaw.
I combine photography with birding, which allows a novice birder such as myself to better identify what I am seeing and hearing. I am amazed at the variety and diversity of birds that have surrounded me all of my life, no matter where I was, and yet I was never conscious of their presence. I find photography of larger birds such as Osprey, Eagles, and Great Blue Heron’s to be fun and interesting, but my interest is on passerines (song birds), particularly Wood Warblers.
I am drawn specifically to these very small birds because of their song but more importantly to their colorful and brilliant plumage. I participated with a Yellow-headed (amazon) Parrot survey in the Rio Bravo Conservation Area in Belize (2016) and this provided a great opportunity to photograph and gain field experience for documenting birds.