For nearly 30 years, Daniel J. Cox has been pursuing his life-long dream of photographing nature in all its elements. He has traveled to all seven continents in search of the images that inspire his art and inform his audience. Dan’s work has been recognized and awarded in competitions including the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best. He has been featured in galleries such as Nikon House, NY, the Natural History Museum in London and thee National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming. Dan is a regular contributor to natural history publications worldwide. He works with Hewlett Packard as a consultant for their fine art printers, has been honored as a “Nikon “Legend” and is a mentor for American Photo’s “Mentor Series” photography workshops. His most personally satisfying accomplishments, however, include his two cover stories for National Geographic Magazine as well as his current volunteer work as a communications specialist and advisory board member for Polar Bears International. He is sole photographer for seventeen books. His newest title Portia Polar Bears Birthday Wish was released in November, 2010
Wow, Sum Ting Wong, way to further the stereotype of heartless Asians. Where's your humanity? I don't understand how you can watch this video and not be outraged and depressed. "Let's get real." What makes humans more important than polar bears?…
Touching video. Ultimately, animals are our co-inhabitants on this planet. Their fate will one day become our fate. There is a lot of work done on the struggles of the impoverished amongst the human race. Documenting the fates of our fellow Earth…
You made a good point Marlo - why sully it with a childish and juvenile stereotypical dig?