Currently in Tallahassee, FL from Miami, FL
(In progress) Master’s of Science in Geography from Florida State University
B.S. in Environmental Science from Florida State University
I am a field biologist with the Florida Natural Areas Inventory and my research interests include biogeography, climate change and ecosystematics. I am currently researching the population dynamics of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) across natural community types in Florida.
About this blog
We are currently experiencing Earth’s sixth major mass extinction – an event that would not be occurring without the influence of humans.
By photo documenting what I can, I am creating a personal memoir of the Florida I have learned through exploration and research. I hope that photos like these help to inspire and motivate others to work harder to preserve and conserve what we have left.
I am dedicated to preserving Florida’s natural heritage through my work as a biologist and as a researcher. Here, I photograph it as I encounter it. I focus on native plants but occasionally include exotics, insects, animals, and natural community photographs.
I am an amateur photographer but hope to inspire others to appreciate the natural wonders and flora and fauna of Florida through my photos.
This blog is currently a work in progress.