A summary of my work, the projects I've been involved in, and the people I've worked with.
USING DRONES TO MODEL CLIMATE SURVIVORS IN DOWNEAST MAINE
A second year with the Helmuth Lab in Downeast Maine, published on Northeastern's College of Science News page.
Chris Doller: Jellyfish at the Aquarium
A photographic profile of Chris Doller, Director of the Changing Exhibits gallery and senior aquarist at the New England Aquarium.
Untangling Maui's Reefs
Following volunteers from Turtle Island Research Network addressing the problem of fishing gear on local reefs in Maui, Hawaii.
Maui, Hawaii, December 2017
Volcom, #ThisFirst, Pangeaseed Foundation
Through the #ThisFirst program, I worked with Volcom and PangeaSeed to document Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico, a shining example of conservation success.
New American Farmers
A story of brothers finding success in oyster farming and the benefits their farm has brought to the local ecosystem.
Marion, Massachusetts, June 2017
edf: on Assignment
Projects for Environmental Defense Fund including workshops with future voices for sustainable fishing in Mexico and fishing in the California Pacific Groundfish Fishery that made a remarkable recovery from disaster.
San Francisco, CA. La Paz, Mexico. July-Dec 2017
Photographs and video from a year long Marine Biology student experience in Massachusetts, Washington state, and Panama.
The First Climate REfugees
Dr. Brian Helmuth and his lab research how populations in the rocky intertidal of the Gulf of Maine - one of the fastest warming bodies of water in the world - will shift as the climate warms.
Downeast Maine, May 2017.
Photos from two weeks in Iceland in the summer of 2017 spent on the Troll peninsula and a week long circumnavigation by boat, stopping at various points on the island.
Iceland, July 2017.
A photographic document of a field expedition in marine biology to study how mussels react to their environments.
The Yucatán Peninsula
Photographs from several trips to locations on the Yucatán Peninsula, the beginning of my underwater career.
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