Featured in F-stop Adventure Gear’s Newsletter!!!

I was recently asked to be showcased as a photographer in F-stop Adventure Gear’s second newsletter of 2009, featuring nature and landscape photographers. F-stop gear specializes in creating photography gear with the adventurous in mind. Their two newly updated photography bag lines, the Tilopa and Satori, will be released to the public any day. Check out their website at F-stop Gear.

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Leknes Northern Lights Lofoten Islands Norway Photo Workshop

Norway Photo Workshop – Lofoten Islands

February 12th – 19th, 2021
 
Join me this February as we explore this impressive series of Islands located above the Arctic Circle. While we will work hard to get you in the right spot for both sunrise and sunset, with over half the day steeped in darkness, we will make sure to chase any and all Aurora activity that presents itself throughout our time in the Lofoten Islands.

Silverback Gorilla Eating in Uganda Photo Safari

Wild Uganda Photo Safari

September 11th – 19th, 2020
 
Uganda is one of the most unique wildlife destinations on the planet. Here you can find the endangered Silverback Gorilla along with amazing troops of Chimpanzees and the world famous tree climbing lions, which are found in a single area of Queen Elizabeth National Park. Join us on an adventure of a lifetime that offers some of the most intimate and incredible wildlife experiences on the planet.

Patagonia Photo Workshop Adventure

March 27th – April 4th, 2020
 
Patagonia is one of the most wild, beautiful & dramatic mountain ranges on the planet. We split our time between the incredible Torres del Paine National Park in Southern Chile and Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina, home to both Cerro Torre and Mt. Fitz Roy.

Jaguar Big Cat Brazil Pantanal

Brazil – Jaguars of the Pantanal

October 4th – 10th, 2020
 
The Pantanal region of Brazil is known as the land of the Jaguar. Nowhere else on Earth is there a higher concentration of these elusive big cats than this remote region of Southern Brazil, close to the Southern Amazon Basin. In addtion to Jaguars, you will see Caimen, Capybara and a wide assortment of birds.

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