Monday, July 18, 2011

Science as Art

There are seemingly more and more scientific photography as art opportunities. This organization has a long history of promoting this type of of activity and were very helpful in promoting the 2001 Images from Science exhibition.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Picturing Science

A fascinating new show has opened at the New York  Museum of Natural Science

This exhibition is similar to a project we produced at RIT entitled the Images from Science that is viewable at:

Monday, July 4, 2011

Micronavigating between Science + Art, a beautiful new book

July 4th 2011 
I am interested in  Martin Oeggerli's work, an internationally established scientific photographer who has developed his own unique work and pictorial style. His photorealistic scanning electron photomicrographs have been published by the well known names in science and photography, such as BBC, Nature, VOGUE and National Geographic. For more on Martin, please follow the following links
His new book 'Micronavigating between Science + Art'  <> offers 104 pages of stunning discoveries  - vast, imposing and utterly beautiful. The premium coffee table book was printed in cooperation with the famous BLURB - Bookstore, New York.

His Image of the Month
The new 'Image of the Month' is now on display. check it out! <>   

Sunday, June 26, 2011

BCA BioImages exhibition

In May of 2011, I served as one of 5 judges for the BioCommunications Association's BioImages competition. Several of my current and former students won awards and not because of me. It was gratifying to see their work when compared to other working professionals. If you would be interested in seeing the winners please follow this link:

My first post and objective for this blog

Epiphyseal Plate, Human Joint 2009
I am not sure what was the inspiration to start a blog today June 26th, but I did. My ideas for this blog will be to share things that seem interesting and things I want share exploring all aspects of the Science Image, its creators and other relevant topics including techniques. I am interested to see how a blog might work as a tool in my teaching and how to better use social computing for my professional work and science photography. Thanks for reading and I look forward to the opportunity.