Wildlife Photography
I focus almost entirely on wildlife photography. Whether it be common birds in my hometown, or magnificent leopards in Africa, I try to capture every amazing moment. Every photo you find here is of a wild animal, born free, photographed by me.

Nature Photography
If I'm not taking pictures of animals, you might catch me taking a few pictures of a beautiful sunset (usually in Africa) or a gorgeous waterfall.

Botswana
This photo was taken on New Year's Day 2016, in the Okavango Delta in Botswana.

Mother Leopard
I was lucky to spend most of the morning and afternoon watching this mother leopard and her four week old cub as they rested, cleaned, and played.

My Photo Galleries

My Favorites

This is a smaller gallery of my personal favorites. These are usually images that capture a unique moment, or do a great job of highlighting an animal's beauty.

Alphabetized

Alphabetized list of all animals (and nature photos). Click an animal to see all the pictures I've taken of it.

Newest

Newest photos, usually from my most recent travels.

Latest Blog Posts

Charged By An Elephant

Earlier this year, my good friend Rob and I visited my favorite place, Botswana's Okavango Delta. Normally when on safari everyone heads back to their separate rooms during the afternoon, mostly to rest, sleep etc and get ready for the evening game drive. Depending on the time of year, it might also

Tracking a Leopard

In about two months I'll be heading back to Botswana for another visit to the beautiful Okavango Delta. I can't wait! But wait I must, so in the meantime I've been looking over a lot of my pictures and videos from my last trip there, in April 2018. One memory that stands out is the morning of April

My Trip to Botswana - April 2018

Note: don't forget to check out the photo gallery! Contents Timeline Planning Weather Guides and Staff Accommodations Daily Routine The Wildlife The Safari Truck Where the hell was I? Summary and Suggestions I'm actually writing this post about 6 months AFTER

Conservation

Conservation is extremely important to me. Unfortunately, too many of our world's most beautiful animals are being illegally hunted to the brink of extinction. Please consider donating to one of the organizations below.

World Wildlife Fund

World Wildlife Fund

The leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species. Visit their site to learn how you can help WWF make a difference.

International Rhino Foundation

International Rhino Foundation

For 25 years, the International Rhino Foundation has championed the survival of the world's rhinos through conservation and research.

National Geographic

National Geographic Big Cats Initiative

Help save big cats in the wild. 100% of your donation supports the fieldwork of the Society's scientists.

National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation

Help wildlife: your donation today will go straight to work protecting polar bears, bison and many more at-risk species.

Some Galleries by Animal

  • Crab
  • Marbled Reed Frog
  • Galapagos Sea Lion
  • Leopard
  • American Flamingo
  • Pel's Fishing Owl
  • Crab
  • Marbled Reed Frog
  • Galapagos Sea Lion
  • Leopard
  • American Flamingo
  • Pel's Fishing Owl