I studied wildlife biology at university and have worked at several jobs including my dream job as a waterfowl biologist. Lately I have been writing and illustrating books on natural history. 620 Wild Plants of North America took 10-years to create and $250,000 in grants. All 10,000 of the drawings I did for the book are in the collection of the Canadian Museum of Nature.
I have had 20 shows of my pure abstract photography and over 750 prints are in private and public collections in 5 countries, including 30 prints with the Hungarian Museum of Photography. Along with my botanical work, I have published free ebooks on the American Crow and Chipping Sparrow. I am retired and working on another ebook on the Gadwall duck. TR