Working closely with researchers, zoologists and biologists, Michael contributes his skill with the camera, and his knowledge of composition and light to their work.
Using unconventional techniques and specially designed equipment, internationally published photographer Michael Durham explores the hidden side of nature. So much of the web of life that connects everything is unseen by the naked eye. Born in 1964 in Oregon, Michael started his career in commercial photography and turned to natural history and journalism. His work has been published in books and magazines in Europe and North America, including Nature’s Best, National Wildlife, Sierra, Defenders, Nature Conservancy Magazine, BBC Wildlife and National Geographic for Kids. Working closely with researchers, zoologists, and biologists,
Michael contributes his skill with the camera and his knowledge of light and composition. Michael quotes biologist E.O. Wilson, ‘Every kind of organism has reached this moment in time by threading one needle after another...against nearly impossible odds.’ It is my intention that my images reflect this reality.
An International Traveling Exhibition of Endangered Species
Dedicated to the Children of the World by Calley O'Neill with Rama the Elephant
AN EPIC JOURNEY OF ART AND SOUL FOR THE EARTH
RAMA: AMBASSADOR FOR THE ENDANGERED ONES
Artists Speaking Passionately on Behalf of Those who Cannot Speak