The Pollinators Project

Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food.

  • $40 billion worth of products (including healthy food and coffee) produced by bees and other pollinators every year, and that’s just in the United States
  • 40% of invertebrate pollinator species, particularly bees and butterflies, face extinction
  • 40 specially created insect portraits—20% of sales proceeds donated to organizations that help pollinators


                                                Without pollinators we lose

PRNewsFoto/Whole Foods Market

PRNewsFoto/Whole Foods Market














Buy a  pollinator photo and I’ll donate 20% to organizations protecting pollinators, because without food (and coffee) life is so over.


* EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens–voted Wimberley’s Non-profit of the Year–2016



If you represent a museum store, botanical garden gift shop, butterfly house, or any organization helping pollinators and want to sell pollinator portraits or license their use, I would be honored to work with you. Please contact me for particulars.



Bona Fides

  • Certified Hays County Texas Master Naturalist
  • Co-organizer of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) Central Texas-Austin Meetup Group
  • Award-winning nature photographer
  • Member of the Texas Photographic Society, NANPA, the Hill Country Photography Club, Native Plant Society of Texas, Photographers of Dripping Springs, and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, TX
  • Chair of the Wimberley Valley Dark Sky Committee—pursuing the dark sky community designation from the International Dark-Sky Association—reducing light pollution in the Wimberley Valley
  • I live this at home; our 4.5 acres is a Certified Wildlife Habitat and a Pollinator Habitat with a Monarch WayStation