• Filming people who live completely off the grid and hundreds of miles from one another above the Arctic Circle in the Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge (ANWAR).

  • Barne Glacier, Antarctica. Filming a documentary about climate change for PBS NOVA.

  • One of my favorite photographs I have ever made. Men playing mahjong in Yunnan Province, China.

  • Filming for PBS NOVA, I descended over 1000 feet to the sea floor of Pearl Harbor in a submersible to document the wreckage of a Japanese mini sub, possibly responsible for sinking the USS Arizona.

  • Working in remote jungles of Guatemala, I filmed a caving expedition that explored a vast cave system sacred to the Mayans. In this photo the team prepares to descend a 600 foot drop into a black abyss.

  • Standing on the southern most tip of India

  • Traveling through Port-au-Prince, Haiti for PBS NOVA just two weeks after the earthquake in 2014.

  • This is Mt. Katahdin in the North Woods of Maine. I have spent hundreds of days filming around this majestic mountain and the rest of the Maine wilderness where I call home.