Throughout history, snakes have been feared and revered. From the cunning serpent in the Bible to the sacred nagas of Hinduism, humans have developed strong beliefs about snakes, and that’s … Continue reading How a Florida Man Became Immune to Snake Venom
In this special video, my wife Cute Black Housewife narrates a short documentary about African bush elephants. I filmed the majority of the footage in Zambia’s South Luangwa Valley in … Continue reading African Bush Elephants – Narrated by Cute Black Housewife
G’day! If you’re reading this, I’m back! I am probably the only animal that has gone utterly extinct and subsequently returned. Yet, here I am. I am alive, and I … Continue reading Back from Extinction (Again)
my-top-20-wildlife-photos-so-far Here’s a list of my top 20 photos (so far). I have hundreds of high quality photos, but these are my best, which I have chosen based on uniqueness … Continue reading My Top 20 Wildlife Photos (So Far)
Well, I’ve officially been in Australia for two months. Since arriving here, time has traveled at a strange pace. Sometimes, days have passed like weeks, and other times, days have … Continue reading Two Months in Australia.
First of all, I should warn all who read this that this blog post is unusually long, but that’s because I’ve done A LOT, since I arrived in Australia three … Continue reading Adventures in Oz
Tomorrow, I leave for Australia on a Work & Holiday visa, which allows Americans aged 18-30 to travel to Australia and legally work there for up to 12 months (provided … Continue reading To Australia I Go.
My work is up at Pfac (the Peninsula Fine Arts Center) in Newport News, Virginia. Twelve of my photos are featured in the Halsey Gallery. You can preview them here. The show … Continue reading Teddy Fotiou – Wildlife Excursions
These are the pieces I have selected to display at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport News, Virginia. They will be on display in the Halsey Gallery from June … Continue reading Coming Soon to a Fine Arts Center Near You!