Help Feed Rescued Wild Horses

September 24, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Only 3 months left: can we make it to $1,000 before the end of the year to help feed rescued wild horses? Get your sticker or lip balm here: All profits go directly to buying feed! The wildies thank you! 🙂 Here are some of my favorite images of Wyoming's wild horses.
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The Chase

September 13, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
The chase and the catch. It's almost time for me to leave the bears and salmon of Alaska behind for fall photography in Wyoming's Jackson Hole. Having arrived in Alaska in mid June, it's been a great three months! But... I also can't wait to see what the moose have in store this fall in the Tetons! As with all of my images, if you see something...
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Grizzly Swim

September 10, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
A seemingly tender moment between a grizzly and his (rotten) salmon which he fished up from the lagoon bottom. Many of the salmon here in southeastern Alaska have spawned and dying by this time. While the bears get very picky and only seem to eat female salmon - for their roe - at the beginning of the season when the salmon are arriving... toward...
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Fox Kits

September 06, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
When I arrived in the Tetons this year for spring photography, I got there on April 1st. With frequent snowfall and some daytime highs hovering near 0 F, not much was moving yet. The first few weeks, I focused on the northern section of the park from Willow Flats to the border with Yellowstone. Deep snow in these higher elevations meant bears wer...
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Gallery Amaran in Jackson, WY

August 31, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Proud to now offer a selection of my Fine Art Prints on the town square in Jackson, WY!!! When you're in town, please stop by gallery Amaran to see select prints, my book as well as certain prints in limited, signed edition. The print "399+4" is now available and hanging in the gallery on acrylic (limited and signed). It looks amazing as a huge 4...
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Salmon Roe

August 29, 2022  •  6 Comments
The longer I spent pursuing wildlife photography, the more I'm convinced that gear isn't the end-all be-all. Of course, you need an adequate camera body. You need a good enough lens. You need to know how to use your camera as there's typically very little time when animal action happens, and there are few, if any, do-overs. If you have any ques...
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Fishing Wolves

August 23, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Time flies when you're having fun! Here's a coastal wolf fishing for salmon in Alaska, where I'm spending the summer. Since late July, the salmon have really started coming in to the creek where I go look for bears and wolves daily. Grizzlies seem to prefer catching the female chum salmon to eat the eggs. Wolves prefer the pink salmon... only e...
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Salmon Run

August 05, 2022  •  4 Comments
Once the temperature (and mosquito count!) started rising in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this June, there was only one destination on my mind: Alaska! Having been unable to make it to Alaska these past two years due to Canada's border being closed (COVID), I've been looking forward to making the long drive once again to Southeast Alaska. A bit grumbly...
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Cowboy State Daily - Column

July 19, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Wyoming's Cowboy State Daily published my column on the exhilarating experience of a grizzly running in my direction: read it here. Fine art prints of select images are available in my Etsy shop: click here. Here's one of my favorite images from the encounter: "Bruno, the Tank" Want to learn wildlife photography? Check out my book:
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Moose after Sunset

July 09, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Flash-back to last fall when this big bull moose, named Shoshone by the locals, posed in the sage brush after sunset in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park. Fine art print available on Etsy: click here Do you want to learn camera settings for wildlife photography? Check out my book Do you enjoy wildlife stories and pictures? Sig...
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Cattle or Grizzlies?

July 08, 2022  •  2 Comments
When you like nature, wildlife and value places where you can still get away and hope to see a grizzly or wolf, it feels like the ability of a large part of the population to even tolerate our wildlife is getting smaller and smaller. It'll be a sad day when the last grizzly or wolf gets shot. An ever growing human population will unavoidably resu...
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Interview in Cowboy State Daily

July 08, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
Wyoming's Cowboy State Daily interviewed me about my wildlife photography and recent international photography awards. Find it here:
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Happy 4th of July!

July 04, 2022  •  2 Comments
Happy 4th of July! 🐴🎉 What better way to celebrate Independence Day than to pay homage to the animal that helped found this country? Get your " Save Our Wild Horses " sticker or lip balm by clicking here. All profits feed rescued wild mustangs. $713 collected so far this year: THANK YOU! This was a fun interaction to photograph between these...
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Grizzly Sprint

July 01, 2022  •  8 Comments
If you ever wonder what it looks like when a grizzly comes sprinting directly towards you... here is the answer in pictures. The grizzly pictured is one of the biggest males (or 'boars') around in Wyoming. The locals in Jackson Hole call him 'Bruno.' Being the biggest grizzly in town comes with its perks: Bruno is believed to be the dad of most...
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Grizzly Update with Tom Mangelsen

June 25, 2022  •  2 Comments
When it came time to write a article on how the celebrity grizzlies in Jackson Hole and the Tetons have been doing since they came out of hibernation this Spring of 2022, I was honored to interview Tom Mangelsen, legendary conservation wildlife photographer and former BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, to get his thoughts. With the tourist cro...
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