Tim Laman

PUBLISHED WORK: EDITORIAL

Here is a selection of some of Tim's editorial published work for clients other than National Geographic magazine.

--  Tim's picture is featured as the opening spread on this article about the YUS conservation area's culture and wildlife, including the birds-of-paradise.
  
--  The magazines Portfolio section features Tim's Birds of Paradise work in 13 pages with 12 stunning images.  See Tim's gallery Birds of Paradise for additional photos.
  
--  The inflight magazine of Air Niugini used Tim's picture of a Raggiana Bird-of-Paradise on the cover.  The feature story is of the Birds-of-Paradise of New Guinea.
     
  
--  This chinese magazine used Tim's picture of Galapagos sea lions on the beach of Espanola Island on the cover.
  
--  Tim took all the photographs in this story about his two children in Borneo.
  
--  This article is about different species of bowerbirds which are found in Northern Australia and Papua region.
     
  
-- Cornell helped fund three expeditions to document and photograph all 39 species of Birds of Paradise.  Tim's collaborator, Edwin Scholes III, wrote this article.
  
-- Tim's Birds of Paradise story made the cover of last fall's issue.
  
-- This story was shot for Kimberly Bostwick, curator of birds and mammals at the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates.  She discovered the Club-winged Manakins use their wings to call for mates, instead of their voices.
     
  
-- Tim's picture of an adult male Bornean orangutan was published on the cover of volume 8, number 3.
  
--  Tim wrote and photographed this story on Hornbills for Cornell's Lab of Ornithology's magazine.--  View Hornbill Images
  
--  Tim's picture of Yucca whipplei was chosen for the cover because it relates to two articles in Volume 25, Number 4.
     
  
-- This cover story includes 9 pictures on orangutans.  To see more photographs visit Tim Laman's orangutan gallery.
  
--  This 8 page article is about Tim's wife, Cheryl Knott's research on orangutans.
  
--  This story introduces children to the behavior of bowerbirds.
     
  
--  Tim's image of a spectral tarsier was used on the cover for a story entitled
  
--  This article on Tim's adventures in the Huon Peninsula was written and photographed by Tim.--  You can read the article and view the images at the National Wildlife Federation's website.
  
-- Tim was featured in this issue using 8 of his classic photographs.-- In the article, Tim answers questions about being a wildlife photojournalist.  You can read the article and see the photographs here.
     
  
-- Tim has a photo essay as well as the opening picture for the mangrove feature in this summer issue.-- To see more of Tim's mangrove images visit his Mangrove photo gallery.
  
--  This story features 9 different species of Birds of Paradise.
  
--  This story on the Sundarbans features 11 of Tim's photographs.
     
  
-- The Flora & Fauna section features four of Tim's orangutan images.
  
--  The British magazine featured Tim's helmeted and rhinoceros hornbills.
  
--  Tim and his son Russell went kayacking through the everglades.  Photographs are by both Tim and Russell and the story is told though Russell's point of view.
     
  
-- This story, in the danish version of Science Illustrated, is about the endangered monkeys of Bioko.
  
-  Tim wrote and photographed this article on asian hornbills.  -  Check out the entire text with Tim's photographs at the National Wildlife Federation's website.
  
-- This article, written by Les Kaufman, includes 10 of Tim's images.
     
  
This book covers the evolution, ecology, reproduction, and movement patterns of the 31 species of Asian hornbills that live throughout Asia.Copies of the book can be purchased at Amazon.com.
  
-- Tim wrote and photographed this story on different species that glide though the air.-- Read the full text and see more of Tim's glider images at the National Wildlife Federation's website.
  
-- This feature story, called
     
  
-- A companion article to the feature in January 2008 German GEO about Raja Ampat marine life - this article focuses on the people of this remote region and how their lifestyle depends on the sea.
  
  
-- Tim Laman's image of researcher Steve Sillett climbing a giant Coast Redwood tree in California is the lead picture in this feature story on Redwoods and Steve's research.  The principle photographer for the story is James Balog.
     
  
--  Tim wrote and photographed this story on African ground hornbills.
  
-- National Geographic Master Class article featuring Tim Laman's image of Snow Monkeys in Japan on the opening spread.
  
-- Tim wrote and photogaphed this feature story on winter gatherings of birds on Japan's Hokkaido Island.-- Read the full text and see the images at the National Wildlife web site.
     
  
-- Tim wrote and photographed this cover story on Borneo's Proboscis Monkeys for Ranger Rick Magazine.
  
-- This story about endangered Proboscis Monkeys features Tim's photographs and experiences in the field.-- Read the full text and see the images at the National Wildlife website.
  
-- Tim's photographs illustrate this cover story about hornbill research and conservation written by Thailand's leading hornbill researcher, Dr. Pilai Poonswad.
     
  
-- In this feature story, Tim's photographs illustrate an article about hornbill research and conservation by Thailand's leading hornbill researcher, Dr. Pilai Poonswad.