Columbia Daily Tribune published a good article about me as a photographer and my journey for the sage-grouse book project – “Bird man: Photographer captures bigger picture of one species.”
I think the reporter did a great job in making me sound interesting.
I tell people the difference between a good photographer and a bad photographer is the amount of time that you spend with your subject.
The West represents the last frontier, openness, the endless horizon, and you will only find these bird in (those) wild, wide-open spaces.
We know more about exotic animals than we do the birds in America’s own backyard.
.. not only discuss creature and habitat, but a larger landscape that involves the economic, political and environmental backdrops against which the sage grouse is trying to survive.