Work by Continent
Explore Wildlife & Landscape Photography from Around the World
The water sweeping down from the Angolan highlands feeds the abundant life in the Okavango Delta.
Caught between an ancient and modern way of life, Kenya’s Maasai struggle to find their place in the new world.
A magical soda lake in southern Kenya that turns all of the colors of the rainbow as algae interacts with the alkaline soda.
Isolated until 1853 Japan seamlessly combines modern industry and technology with ancient rituals and culture.
Yala National Park in Sri Lanka has the greatest population density of leopards anywhere in the world.
Central to three of the world’s major religions, every photograph in Jerusalem melds modern and ancient.
The magic of carnival gives to Venice an enchanted atmosphere. Masked people fill the streets with smiles, laughter and stunning costumes.
Great Bear Rainforest
Scientists estimate that there are less than 200 spirit bears alive today. Al off them live in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest.
In this below-sea-level basin, steady drought and record summer heat make Death Valley a land of extremes.
Every year hundreds of grizzly bears converge at British Columbia’s Chilkotin River to gorge on sockeye salmon.
Monterey Bay Sealife
Breathtaking spectacles live above and below the waterline in Monterey Bay.
At the northern end of the Straight of Georgie, Stellar’s sea lions gather en mass.
The rocky shores of Northern California’s coasts turn into otherworldly landscapes in the evening light
The Khutzeymateen inlet is a gathering spot for many of British Columbia’s coastal grizzly bears.
American Pacific Ocean
Journey below the “thin blue line” to find the ocean’s treasures.