capturing the wild of yellowstone

Services Offered

Highlighted Articles


Publications in the Washington Post

Writing about and photographing wildlife is my passion but I did not know that until later on in my life.  Once the bug caught, I could not let it go.  While I have been published numerous times throughout the years, in newspapers, magazines, tourism websites and even a photo on…

Read More

One Morning in Yellowstone

One Morning in Yellowstone During one morning in Yellowstone, this past weekend, I encountered the circle of life – from death of the elderly due to natural causes, to the feeding of the living, to new life. Beginning during the early morning hours, well before dawn, I watched as the…

Read More

Wolf Documentaries in France and Germany

During most of 2017 and until April 15 of 2018, I had the privilege of providing stock footage for two wolf documentaries that will be airing on ARTE – France/German public television.  That meant that I had to film the wolves every chance I got!  Here is the story of…

Read More

Yellowstone Blog

YPA Foxes – Day 5 – The Neighbors

Day 5 – The Neighbors (If you didn’t see yesterday’s post this is a continuation of a story about the Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes. Read the previous 4 posts to…
Read More

Goodnight Yellowstone

  One of the sights in Yellowstone that has never failed to make me smile is when driving home at the end of a long day, there is an elk…
Read More

The Yellowstone Picnic Area Foxes – Day 4

(If you didn’t see yesterday’s post this is a continuation of a story about the Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes. Read the previous 3 posts to catch up.) May 26, 2014…
Read More

Yellowstone is on Steroids

I am not sure how else to describe Yellowstone these days except that it is on steroids and full-speed ahead and after being here full-time through one season there seems…
Read More

The Yellowstone Picnic Area Foxes – Day 3

(If you didn’t see yesterday’s post this is a continuation of a story about the Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes. Read the previous 2 posts to catch up.) The Yellowstone Picnic…
Read More

Mr and Mrs Fox – Day 2

(If you didn’t see yesterday’s post this is a continuation of a story about the Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes. Read the previous post to catch up.) Meet Mr. Fox. We…
Read More

Mr and Mrs Fox

A year ago today we met what became known as the “Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes.” Most animals are very wary of humans, especially when they are rearing young, but some…
Read More

Bison Babies Everywhere!

Crazy Eyes!   Yellowstone is full of life and endless adventures right now, providing long days of entertainment for everyone and hard work for the dedicated photographer. Yesterday morning I…
Read More

Beryl Springs Cubs of the Year

    Beryl Springs Cubs of the Year (COY) Yellowstone experienced a long, hard, snowy winter and when the bears emerged into Spring they found the ground frozen and covered…
Read More

Black bears everywhere!

Black bear sow and her three cubs of the year! One of the special treats in Yellowstone this year is the recent discovery of a well-seasoned black bear sow and…
Read More

Grizzlies search for food in the frozen world of Hayden and Pelican Valleys

  When the bears emerged into spring in Hayden Valley they were greeted with several feet of hard packed snow and very little green grass.  While some of the larger…
Read More

Wild horses near Yellowstone

  About 70 miles from the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park is another sort of paradise in the Badlands of Wyoming where approximately 100 wild mustangs roam on BLM,…
Read More

Flickers Return to Yellowstone

Flicker While photographing the three moose yesterday morning, this Flicker came and landed in a very artistic tree and posed for me for a few minutes. He has that faint…
Read More

Mountain Bluebird on snow covered sagebrush

  One of the many delights of Spring in Yellowstone is the return of the Mountain Bluebird.  One day, while driving through the park, one might suddenly see hundreds of…
Read More