Jim has been photographing nature and wildlife for over twenty five years. His first published photograph was of a Saw-Whet Owl in "The National Audubon Society's Encyclopedia of North American Birds" in 1980. Since then his images have been published regularly worldwide.
Jim is represented by agencies both in the US and abroad and also keeps his own stock files to work with as well.
In addition to being a photographer, Jim banded hawks for 18 years at his hawk banding station at Lighthouse Point in New Haven, CT. Lighthouse Point is one of New England's premier hawk migration locations with thousands of hawks being counted there each fall. He currently splits his time between operating The Fat Robin Wild Bird and Nature Shop in Hamden, CT with his wife Carol and photographing wildlife both at home and away.
Jim has been publishing photographs of the natural world for more than 25 years. His award winning photography is published regularly and has been featured in hundreds of publications from National Geographic, GEO and Audubon to Birder's World, Wildbird, Discovery, Nature Conservancy and ABA's Birding Magazine as well as numerous books and field guides.