Join us on the First Friday of each month as we transform the bike shop into a gallery opening. We will be serving complimentary appetizers and wine while we introduce our new artist of the month who's work will adorn on the walls of the cafe.
After meeting in the Mojave Desert during a field ecology class in 1987, we were inseparable. In 1990 we earned our Bachelors Degrees in Biology, Ecology, and Evolution. Eloping in the Rocky Mountains during our cross-country trip to Minnesota, we have now been married for over 25 years. Today, Tamy is a Registered Nurse and Bruce is a high school biology teacher.
Love of Nature, Wildlife and Adventure joined us in 1987, and continues to be a common theme for our lives today. As field biologists in the mid 1980’s and public employees today, we have been on a quiet quest to educate others about the beauty and fragility of our planet’s ecology. We use our photography to convey the unique evolutionary heritage, complexity, and geography of the Earth to those who enjoy our images. Environmentalists to the core, we hope that our pictures carry a message that inspire others to conserve and preserve the planet’s physical and biological diversity.
We specialize in Natural Light Photography and serendipity defines our photographic style. "When Light Hits the Water" is our opportunity to use images and words to express our passion for the environment, travel, and biodiversity.
We have a simple piece of advice
Leave the comfort of your reality... Grab the gear... Get dirty... Explore the planet... and Tell a story.