Brian has always felt a strong connection to the natural world, even as far back as he can remember in his early childhood. Many years later, it is not surprising that his love of nature found a way to be expressed though the lens of a camera. Throughout his adventures as a fine art nature photographer, Brian discovered a great value in the ability of bringing back his wilderness experiences so that others could see and appreciate the natural beauty and wonders this world has to offer.
Brian has been exhibiting his photographic work in both solo and group exhibitions in Florida and Massachusetts for many years. His work is collected both nationally and internationally. His photographs have been published in a variety of media including television, print, and the world wide web. Some of his credits include Nature's Best Magazine, National Wildlife, PBS, Nature Photographer, Miami Monthly, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, and the Deering Estate. He has also collaborated with various environmental organizations such as the Friends of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, Everglades Foundation, South Florida National Parks Trust, Defenders of Wildlife, National Parks Conservation Association and the South Florida Wildlands Association.
ver the years Brian has also been involved with environmental issues, particularly with protecting the Florida panther. While serving as President of the Friends of the Florida Panther Refuge, he had been interviewed several times on camera for television with highlights of his photography, including a PBS documentary about the Florida panther. In January 2007, he and his photography was filmed for an episode of Waterways TV. The program focused on how South Florida artists inspire conservation through their artwork. Through his nature photography, Brian's goal has not only been for his images to inspire people to connect to the very special natural areas here in South Florida, but also that they will be inspired to connect, help preserve and protect natural areas wherever they are from. Click here to read how Brian became involved with efforts to protect the Florida panther.