Wolf Skull

“The Last Wolf of California”

“The Last Wolf of California”

Researchers believe the last wild wolf of California was killed in 1924, trapped in a leg-trap outside of Litchfield, CA. His skull and other bones and pelt are kept at the Berkeley Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.


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Hiking Latrabjarg

Westfjords of Iceland

Westfjords of Iceland

Photos from the most remote region of Iceland, where the Wildfjords project aims to support adventure and mountain and forest conservation in the region.


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Elephants of Thailand

Elephants of Thailand

Travel to Thailand and you'll find a special, historied relationship between humans and Asian elephants. After 5,000 years of coexistence, what can we learn from taking a glimpse at the diverse lives of wild Asian elephants, captive elephants working in the city of Surin, and elephants living at a sanctuary in Kanchanaburi Province?


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The Trouble With Visiting the Tigers in Thailand

The Trouble With Visiting the Tigers in Thailand

Before visiting the home of the only growing population of wild tigers in Southeast Asia, learn the difference between winning conservation and the booming industry of tiger tourism and illegal trafficking.


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How much food does a Thai elephant eat in a day?

How much food does a Thai elephant eat in a day?

During my time traveling in Thailand to explore this unique relationship to elephants, I had to wonder: what does it take to feed a captive elephant—just how much food does a Thai elephant eat in a day?


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Wolf OR-7 Expedition

Wolf OR-7 Expedition

Photos and multimedia from a 1,200mi trek across Oregon and Northern California retracing the dispersal of Wolf OR-7, the first wolf in California since 1924.


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Outward Bound Videos

Outward Bound Videos

Mountaineering video and interview clips with Linda Mornell of Summer Search


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From the Forest Floor / Wolf OR-7 Expedition

From the Forest Floor / Wolf OR-7 Expedition

During the days we spent walking Wolf OR-7’s dispersal route, I found myself endlessly fascinated watching the landscape transform. Some transitions were stark, like exiting a tree line as we rode out of Malheur National Forest, and others I only noticed though the small, subtle changes of the objects underfoot.


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Journey to Empowerment: Women After the Taliban

Journey to Empowerment: Women After the Taliban

Book and Short Documentary completed in collaboration with Zareen Taj, a women’s rights activist, who traveled back to Afghanistan two decades after she fled from the Taliban as a young activist.


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Thailand Travel Journal

James Emerick Dean Death Photo Project

James Emerick Dean Death Photo Project

James Emerick Dean Death Photo Project

Black and White Film Photography & Audio Project, 2007.


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Rim of Africa, South Africa

Rim of Africa, South Africa

National Geographic Young Explorer project, 2012. The first-ever traverse of the 700km Rim of Africa Trial, a mountain conservation project in the Cape Floral Kingdom.


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Greece

Portraits for Gardens for Health International

California Wilderness

California Wilderness

Personal trip to Kings Canyon, 2015.


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David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Photos from visiting the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust sanctuary outside of Nairobi, Kenya. 2011.


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Ethnographic Research, Baltimore City Uprising