Margaux with swallowtail. Houston, TX. 2020


Congrats. You found the hidden, unlinked page featuring some of my favorite one-off photographs from select assignments,  projects, and the archives. Enjoy—but don’t tell everyone. 🤫

Margaux, dreaming. Marblehead, Massachussetts. 2019

[L] Cindee Klement works in her living land installation, Symbiosis, at Lawndale Art Center in Houston, TX. 2020. [R] A spiderweb catches the morning dew in a Gulf Coast prarie destined for ‘development’. 2022.

Us, spinning and swirling with our eyes to Polaris. Exposed during a total lunar eclipse. Texas Hill Country. Nov. 19, 2021.

Wee mushroom friend. Big Thicket National Forest. 2018

Pears begin to fall in the garden. Heisykha, Ukraine. 2019

A salmon painted in the stairwell of the Bonneville Dam Visitor Center outside of Portland, Oregon (2017). Since the construction of the hydroelectric dams along the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, salmon, steelhead, and other fish species permanently lost over 55% of their spawning habitat throughout the river basin. 
A woman and her dog enjoy a waterfall along the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. 2017

Halya & Sasha stare at the sun, much to the dismay of optometrists everywhere. Myhiya, Mykolaiv Oblast, Ukraine. 2019

An entomologist catalogs insect specimens during a nighttime pollinator survey as part of the annual International Biodiversity Challenge. Lake Houston, TX. 2019

Fox & Scout. 2021

Margaux. Bavarian National Forest, Germany. 2016
Mist. Tongariro Alpine Crossing, New Zealand. 2017

Students play in the school gymnasium. Heisykha, Ukraine. 2019

Students enter the school auditorium to act out Ukrainian folk tales in English. Heisykha, Ukraine. 2018.