Nature beings work with earth’s living energy. They are able to alter physical form at a molecular level, creating living artistic and commemorative images. What these nature artists depict is a varied as the work of their human peers.
What we humans call regions or parks may be managed, in the nature beings realms, by very different life forms with very different objectives. I’ve photographed a wide variety of settings in my over twenty years specializing in this topic. I am in the process of developing each of the galleries on this site into an accurate depiction of at least some of the nature realm activities of that area.
My photographic studies have been featured in one-person shows, juried group gallery shows, stores and galleries and have received photographic awards. I lecture and lead workshops on this topic.
My three books on nature beings and interdimensional communication are: We Are Not Alone – A Guidebook to Interdimensional Cooperation; Nature Spirits, Spirit Guides and Ghosts – How to Talk With and Photograph Beings of Other Realms; and Truths the Nature Beings Have Shown Me.
Stars of the Collection
Encyclopedia of Nature Beings
Blogs & Stories
March Bank at Winterthur Gardens
The March Bank at Winterthur Museum and Gardens is famous for its hillside of color. There is a burst of ephemerals, starting with white snowdrops and moving on through yellow aconites then to blues and pinks. The nature beings associated with specific trees enjoy...
March Newsletter Explores the Power of Images to Create Change
Why are images so powerful? What is it that an artist, throughout the ages, has captured that so inspires others to pause, look, and absorb? How do images change over time, and why do we seek the new while revering the old? I posit it is because we trust artists to...
Red Maple by the Quarry Garden
This red maple tree is significant because it houses nature beings who work in close harmony with humans. The tree is located in Delaware, at the edge of the Winterthur Museum's Quarry Garden, the last project of H.F. du Pont in his twilight years. Facing the tree,...