A three-toed sloth can scratch itself for hours. This one takes a break to watch us watching him.
The Pantanal wetland is one of the most wild and beautiful places in the Americas. The vast watery landscape lends itself well to the use of an aerial drone for image-making.
Frogs, like this one found while on expedition in the Juruá Watershed, are one of my favorite subjects to photograph. Setting up a shot like this in the field takes extra patience and help from a skilled frog wrangler.
I lived and worked for several years in a tiny village in the Panamanian rainforest. Since then, the first question that enters my mind when I arrive in a new place is: how do people sustain themselves here? Riberinhos, like so many subsistence communities around the world still draw their sustenance directly from nature.
In the field and on expedition is where the fascinating worlds of conservation science and adventure meet, and my favorite setting for a story.