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Trekking in search of Baird's Sandpiper, Nome, Alaska.  Photo by Luke Eberhart-Phillips.

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I am a biologist, photographer, videographer, writer and presenter.  I document organisms and their habitats in effort to help conserve wild places.  I believe that beautiful imagery of nature can be a powerful tool to educate, inspire and make a positive change for conservation of habitat and biodiversity.

For many years, I worked as Assistant curator and videographer at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library.  To take a look at over 6000 of my clips, click Audio and Video and visit my Macaulay Library archive pages.

I film, photograph and audio record nature for print media, the web and documentary film. 

I teach workshops in Natural history photography, videography and audio recording.  Please contact me if you are interested.

In June 2018 I am co-leading an exciting Photo tour to Barrow, Alaska with Melissa Groo, a photo tour of Nome and planning an upcoming cloudforest photo tour in Ecuador.  Please contact me if you are interested in hearing more about any of these opportunities.

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  Benjamin Clock filming with Sony PMW-350 and Perfect Horizon stabilizer in Barataria Bay, Louisiana during the Gulf oil spill.  Photo by Gerrit Vyn.

Benjamin Clock filming with Sony PMW-350 and Perfect Horizon stabilizer in Barataria Bay, Louisiana during the Gulf oil spill.  Photo by Gerrit Vyn.