Conservation biologist, development practitioner, and founding director of the non-profit Plateau Perspectives. I also serve as consultant on several projects including the UNDP/GEF Qinghai Biodiversity Conservation Project. As photographer, I focus mostly on the stunning mountain landscapes of the Tibetan Plateau and the region’s unique native wildlife.
Married and with one son, I generally live in western China with my family. From there I work locally and internationally. Plateau Perspectives also has offices in Canada and Scotland.
Please feel free to contact me. It is always a pleasure to dialogue with people from around the world.