The Wealth of Nature: Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity, and Human Well-Being is a gold winner in the 2010 Independent Publisher Book Awards in the Environment/Ecology/Nature category. Tim is very happy to be a contributing photographer of this book by Cristina G. Mittermeier, Jeffrey A. McNeely, Russell A. Mittermeier, Thomas M. Brooks, Frederick Boltz, and Neville Ash.
Last year, Tim received the North American Nature Photography Association’s Outstanding Nature Photographer Award. The 09 Annual Summit was held in Albuquerque where Tim gave a keynote presentation. Other presentations that year were by Norbert Rosing, Art Wolfe and Bill Fortney.
This spring, Tim’s collection of mangrove images were on display in a gallery in France.
The gallery ran from the 9th of April to the 2nd of May, 2010. If you read French you can check out the website here.
In 2009, Tim was a highly honored winner in the Landscapes category.
You can see Tim’s winning picture on his portfolio website. Tim has entered the 2010 contest and winners will be announced in the fall.
Tim was featured in the August issue of Outdoor Photographer. The interview is about what it is like to be a wildlife photojournalist and how he gets the perfect shot. The opening spread (below) features an adult male Bornean orangutan eating ginger stems while keeping an eye on the female he has been following.
To read the article and see the images used visit The Wildlife Photojournalist.
A lot of Tim’s work is featured in Ranger Rick. In 2009, Ranger Rick named Tim as their photographer of the year.
In the May 2010 issue, RR made the announcement using three of Tim’s pictures of the different places he shoots. Keep a look out for Tim’s work in RR in the future.