In 2016-17 I spent a year split between Malaysian Borneo and the Ecuadorian Amazon on a Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship. I was studying canopy wildlife, writing about field research, and producing digital media. Here is a selection of the work I did while abroad and the coverage that my work received. Additional projects from this work are still in the progress!
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BLOG POSTS
Surveying Canopy Wildlife: A Brief Look at Looking UpI wonder what’s up there?Lessons learned in tropical tree climbingTallest trees in the tropics discoveredPenang: An unexpected biodiversity destinationWork Hazards: Bornean Pygmy ElephantsSenses at Work in Danum ValleyBorneo’s Gliding GiantsThe Last Climb in BorneoSide Gig: Canopy Tour GuideDodging a Heavy Bough, Fleeing Angry Wasps — Another day in Yasuni Rain Forest