Welcome! I am glad to showcase a collection of photos and excerpts from my field journal entries.

If you would like to create a field journal alongside me, you can follow the guide on the left on what material to include. Most importantly, however, a field journal can be as unique to you as you would like it to be! Digital formats are widely accessible, however hand-written journals are timeless and offers greater freedom of illustration. For example journaling illustrations, see a collection by Alex Boon, nature journaling illustrator, in our Virtual Gallery.

“In the field of observation, chance favours only the prepared mind.”

-Louis Pasteur

All of my images were captured via Canon T6 Rebel (macro- and standard lens combinations) or via iPhone 11.


08-21-2022 | Site: Cerro Blanco, Guayaquil, Ecuador | 86° F, Scattered Clouds
Flora
Lichens
Reptiles
Insects
Mammals
Fungi
Arachnids
08-17-2022 | Site: ESPOL, Guayaquil, Ecuador | 81° F, Scattered Clouds
Flora
Insects
Reptiles
Arachnids
Aves
11-11-2020 | Site: My Home, AL | 75° F, Partly Cloudy
10-28-2020 | Site: Auburn University Campus, AL | 83° F, Scattered Clouds
10-23-2020 | Site: Auburn University Campus, AL | 80° F, Scattered Cloud
3-8-2020 | Site: Bethel Spring Nature Preserve, Keel Mountain, AL | ~78° F, Slightly Cloudy