While I was in Madison, Wisconsin last year working on a new film on the rusty-patched bumble bee with my colleagues and good friends from Day’s Edge Productions, Susan Bence from Milwaukee Public...

I’m pleased to share the new trailer for our film, A Ghost in the Making: Searching for the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee. The full film will be released in June, and visit...

Many thanks to National Wildlife Magazine Senior Editor Laura Tangley for interviewing me for NWF’s blog on why I’ve been spending the past couple of years chasing native North American bees...

The National Geographic Society and Department of Energy and Environment are hosting an evening of short environmental films on the evening of Monday, April 18th that bring global issues into local...

I was absolutely thrilled to see my first Montana bees of the year this past weekend in Sypes Canyon, which is a beautiful location near Bozeman, Montana. In fact, I saw...

Madison, Wisconsin friends: I hope that you’ll be able to join us next Saturday, April 16th at 11am for a very special showing of “A Ghost in the Making: Searching for...

My new film “A Ghost in the Making: Searching for the Rusty-patched Bumble Bee,” which was beautifully produced by my friends at Day’s Edge Productions is premiering today (April 10th) at the Princeton...

I couldn’t be more pleased to have shot the cover story for the April / May edition of National Wildlife Magazine. The story was wonderfully written by Laura Tangley. If you’re...

Pollinators are among the most important insects on Earth. Wherever a wide variety of flowering plants grows, a diverse army of pollinators will be there to ensure that those plants can...

This piece from the NY Times offers a real solid explanation for why wild, native bees and pollinators are so importance. It also addresses the idea of moving beyond monocultural farming,...