I most recently worked on the National Geographic Channel Photo Desk. These are some highlights of my work there. 

Commissioned portraiture and general unit photography for National Geographic Wild shows, Critter Fixers Country Vets and Pop Goes the Vet with Dr. Joya. Image from Critter Fixers. Credit: National Geographic/Matthew Odom.

A still from Port Protection Alaska. Image Credit: National Geographic.

Our legacy programming, Life Below Zero, and its spin-offs, need a refresh this season. I spoke with the production teams and found photographers who already work with the crews in the remote areas. After speaking with the photographers about what we needed, they photographed key talent on while Life Below Zero, First Alaskan, Life Below Zero: Next Generation, and Port Protection Alaska were filming all over Alaska.

Lead photo coordinator on the National Geographic Series, Secrets of the Whales. Curated PR imagery for the series, NG magazine piece, and photo book. Image Credit: Brian Skerry. 

Lead photo editor on legacy National Geographic series, Life Below Zero, Wicked Tuna, among others. This consists of captioning production stills, providing feedback on production stills, and coordinating PR imagery. 

Lead photo editor for the Special Edition of USA Today celebrating Vetsgiving, a holiday collection of all National Geographic's veterinary shows. 

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