Tim’s picture was used on the August 2011 issue of Conservation Biology. Our Lord’s candle (Yucca whipplei) was photographed in San Diego, California. The image relates to the article on endemic plants and the identification of stresses on biological diversity due to climate change.
Tim photographed good friend and fellow Nat Geo photographer Christian Ziegler working on a story about Panama’s balsa tree. National Geographic magazine published Christian’s story “Open All Night” in May 2011. The story was also published in National Geographic Germany’s July 2011 issue. They used two of Tim’s pictures of Christian working from his tower in the canopy.
Tim and Christian also were on a team of 4 photographers that shot a RAVE on Bioko Island in 2008 for a Nat Geo story. You can see Tim’s Bioko Island pictures in his online archive.
A couple of months ago when Tim was in China he was featured in “The Bund” magazine. In the May 26th, 2011 issue the above picture was the opening spread of the Bund Forum. Four of Tim’s pictures were featured in the article and it ended with another picture of Tim by the local photographer.
Tim’s picture was used on the cover of the October 2010 issue of Natural History magazine. The story entitled “Married to the Mob” looks at the social behavior’s of one of the smallest primates in the world, the tarsier. Originally, Tim took this picture for the National Geographic story “Night Shift in the Rain Forest” published October 2001. If you would like to see more of Tim’s pictures on tarsiers go to his online archive.
Tim was not able to make it to the festival this year but did participate by showing a multimedia piece. Entilted “How to Impress Females (In The Bird World)” was very well recieved at this years festival in Charlottesville, VA. It is about the unique mating rituals of the birds of paradise and bowerbirds. In each species, the males compete for females in very different ways. You can watch the video through Tim’s website.
It is now featured on PDNPluse Video pick of the week. Click here to watch Tim’s work on the Photo District News’ Blog.