Brian Switek Investigating Evolution, the Fossil Record, and the History of Science

Photography

In addition to being an author of books, blogs, articles, and papers, Brian is also a freelance photographer. His photographs of the New Jersey State Museum field crew accompanied his Inside Jersey feature on the search for dinosaurs in Montana, and his photographs have been reprinted in a variety of other settings, from newsletters to museum displays. Included below is a small sample of Brian's photographic work.

The New Jersey State Museum field crew walks across Cretaceous deposits in search of dinosaurs. Included in the Inside Jersey feature.

A horseshoe crab on the shore of Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Delaware.

A male pronghorn antelope on Antelope Island, Utah.

A young lowland gorilla, photographed at the Bronx Zoo.

A male Amur leopard photographed at the Philadelphia Zoo.

Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park.