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  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Behind the Scenes

    I’ve returned home from a wonderful experience in London at the fifty-fifth Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards, where my Yellowstone bison photo was declared the winner of the Black and White category, and I am still trying to wrap my head around the event and what this honor means. This is probably a good time to write about the experience and

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  • Winner: Wildlife Photographer of the Year – Black and White

    Hello from London! I’m excited to announce that one of my images was selected as the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year “Black and White” category during the Natural History Museum’s annual gala on Tuesday. The photo in question, depicting an American bison in a snow storm, was taken last year in Yellowstone National Park. I shot the photo

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  • For Sale: Canon EF 600mm f/4 IS II USM lens

    I am selling my beloved Canon 600mm lens. This is the vII (second of three generations) lens that debuted in 2012. I purchased this lens new in the spring of 2016, so it’s about three-and-a-half years old. This has been my workhorse lens the last three+ years, traveling to Yellowstone, Patagonia, Africa, Costa Rica, Brazil and elsewhere to help me

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  • New Photos: Tonga 2019

    In August I achieved a long-time goal of swimming with humpback whales (and photographing them while doing it). This took place in the Kingdom of Tonga, one of the few places on earth where humpback swims are legal. Originally, the trip was supposed to take place in October, but we had to reschedule to an earlier trip. This changed the dynamic of

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  • 2019 Husky Football: Washington 28, USC 14

    I could get used to these 12:30 starts! Another reminder of the glory days of Husky Football: lots of wins, five star commitments… day games. Two traditional Pac-12 powers squared off today, with USC in town. Despite the downward trajectory of the Trojans (and injuries to a number of key players), I figured there was a good chance that we’d

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