I am an American naturalist, author and wildlife educator residing on Saint Martin. I have a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University and am a former President of the Oregon Entomological Society. I have spent the last six years documenting terrestrial biodiversity in the Lesser Antilles. I have published two editions of The Incomplete Guide to the Wildlife of Saint Martin, the first book of its kind on the island, and I am currently working on a guide to the terrestrial wildlife of Sint Eustatius.
I am co-founder and Treasurer of the non-profit association Les Fruits de Mer. Les Fruits de Mer activities include public wildlife events, e-books on wildlife subjects, short documentary films, and Amuseum Naturalis, a pop-up natural history museum. I have collaborated with a number of scientists and conservation organizations, and write a weekly column in The Daily Herald. My photographs have been published in dozens of books and publications, including The New York Times and The Economist.
My work is available for free download at http://www.lesfruitsdemer.com.