148 is a tribute to the infamous Grizzly 148 in Banff National Park. Her tragic death brought attention the drastic impact of human interaction with a beloved species.
During the salmon run, the Alaskan Brown Bears barely notice you, as they have another task at hand. They may be aware of you, but they pay you no mind. Your presence is ignored, a rare occurrence.
This mother bear has a stare that looks directly into you making your presence known to not only her but yourself.
Face to face, you can hear the beauty in the peculiarity of the bugle. His eyes connect with his emotion and logning
An expression I've worked with many times. Empathy captures what it is to look beyond circumstance.
Without seeing to much of the posture, you immediately understand the power in this bull.
The calm in the wild motion creates for a dichotomy that demands attention. The unbroken stallion commands power in his serene yet energetic approach.
An iconic image of a snow burdened bison. Though he is weighted down, he is unaffected in his poise.
My largest piece to date. This laying bison captures silent strength or rather humble power, by inviting you into his space without feeling threatened.
The gaze on this pair tells two different stories. Perception and observation aren't always associated with one another.
A contemporary piece to capture the beauty of the animal, isolated from the environment.