Tim recently did a lecture in Beijing about photographing in the rainforest. As a result there have been many local articles on Tim and his work. China Radio International posted a story about Tim’s Bird of Paradise project with lots of Tim’s pictures. They have an english version on their website.
Tim’s recent DSLR video was used in a science video on U.S. News’ website. Produced by the National Science Foundation, the video features Tim’s wife, Cheryl Knott, as she talks about her orangutan research. She has been working in Borneo for 18 years and speaks about her conservation efforts to help protect the endangered orangutan. You can watch the movie on U.S. News Science page. If you would like to see pictures on orangutans visit Tim Laman’s orangutan photo gallery.
Tim will be in China in May as an instructor for Wild China’s photo camp. They have a nice website with field portraits of Tim and a slideshow of his images ranging from Antarctica to the rainforest. You can visit Wild China’s webpage and if you would like to see the pictures larger, please visit Tim Laman’s portfolio website. While Tim is in China, he also is giving two presentations in Beijing and Shanghai for National Geographic China.
What do the above magazines have in common? They all have Tim’s picture in their recent issues. The Magazine Publishers Association is using Tim’s image of a file-eared tree frog from Borneo Island, Indonesia as part of their ad campaign. The ad below was published in the March 14th issue of Time Magazine.
If you would like to purchase this image as a print or card, please visit Tim Laman’s Archive.
For the holiday season, Tim Laman’s images are available as prints and cards. Visit Tim’s Archive to view an ever increasing number of photos to choose from. Prints range from 8×10 to 16×20 inches. The folded greeting cards come in two sizes, 3.5×5 and 5×7 inches.
National Geographic Live is presenting two lectures by Tim this weekend. The first is entitled Bizarre and Breathtaking in New Guinea which will be held on Friday November 5th at 7:30 p.m. at National Geographic in Washington D.C.. To find out more information and to purchase tickets visit the National Geographic Events webpage. NG Member price is $16 and it is open to the public for $18.
Tim’s second talk, Up High, Up Close in the Treetops: Amazing Apes to Unbelievable Birds, is on Saturday November 6th at noon. This lecture is also open to the public and costs $16 for adults and $8 for children. To buy tickets and to learn more visit NG Live.