I live in Anchorage, Alaska and I love being outside. Mountains, wild places, and the adventures found in nature feel like home. Originally from Boston, I grew up playing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire skiing, hiking, and climbing. A passion for nature took me west, then north. Summers in Denali and winters in Colorado carried me through graduate school. I have a Ph.D. in environmental philosophy and use the outdoors as my 'thinking laboratory' doing research and writing on the ethics of conservation and environmental change. I now teach as an Assistant Professor at Alaska Pacific University.
Thanks for checking out my pictures and stories,
feel free to email me at MountainDinosaur@gmail.com
Interested in seeing MountainDinosaur photos up close?
Check out my pictures currently on display at Lisa Starr Art and Design in Leadville, Colorado. Prints also available upon request.
A couple of my pics also recently ended up in the new Falcon Guide to Hiking Alaska by Mollie Foster.
Wanna hear more stories?:
Check out my guest blog posts on WildSnow.com
Wanna learn about environmental philosophy? Check out Environmental Thoughts
I have also written pieces that have appeared in High Country News, The Boulder Daily Camera, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Aspen Times, and a few outlets - most can be found on EnvironmentalThoughts.com
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