This months issue of Outdoor Photographer features a story on Tim’s Birds of Paradise project. Writer Amy Gulick tells of Tim’s 8 year journey culminating with the publication of “Birds of Paradise: Revealing the World’s Most Extraordinary Birds”. It features some of Tim’s best Birds of Paradise photographs. You can view the article online at Outdoor Photographer’s website: Birds of Paradise. If you live in the U.S., you still have a couple more days to order the book to receive it before Christmas. Purchase the Birds of Paradise book at Tim Laman’s store.
The Birds of Paradise exhibit that deputed at National Geographic headquarters last year is now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. You can visit the exhibit through March 23rd, 2014. Sarah Lindenfield Hall posed a nice review at WRAL.com
I gave a presentation on Ed Scholes and my Birds-of-Paradise Project in Jakarta last week. Read about it in the Jakarta Post!
This week Tim will be presenting his Birds of Paradise talk at @america. This cutting edge cultural center is in Jakarta, Indonesia. From 7 – 9 pm, Tim will be at Pacific Place and it is open to all. If you are in the area, check it out!
If you didn’t happen to be at the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph last month and would like to watch Tim Laman’s multimedia presentation on his Birds of Paradise Project, you can do so here on LIVESTREAM…
Our Bird-of-Paradise Project Intro video hit another milestone on YouTube today, passing 3,000,000 views! This video featuring the work of Ed Scholes and myself to document all the Birds-of-Paradise was put together by our talented colleagues at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology multimedia department. Thanks for the great work guys in making this so appealing to so many people!