B&W Nature Line Art

Plato in a fedora. There’s a reason. You’ll have to read “Cricket Radio, Tuning in the Nightsinging Insects” (Harvard Press) to find out.

American Toad in a toadhouse – Discovering Amphibians: The Frogs & Salamanders of the Northeast (Downeast Books)

Marbled Salamander – Discovering Amphibians: The Frogs & Salamanders of the Northeast (Downeast Books)

The Spring Trinity – Discovering Amphibians: The Frogs & Salamanders of the Northeast (Downeast Books)

Eerie Dance of the Ghostmoths – Discovering Moths: Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard (Downeast Books)

False Underwing – Discovering Moths: Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard (Downeast Books)

Samuel Scudder; Father of North American Orthoptorists – Cricket Radio: Tuning In the Nightsinging Insects (Harvard Press)

Handsome Trig – Cricket Radio: Tuning In the Nightsinging Insects (Harvard Press)

March of the Mormon Crickets -Cricket Radio: Tuning In the Nightsinging Insects (Harvard Press)

Determining the species of Bush Katydids – Guide to the Night-singing Insects of the Northeast (Stackpole)

Anatomy of a cricket – Guide to the Night-singing Insects of the Northeast (Stackpole)

Anatomy of a katydid -Guide to the Night-singing Insects of the Northeast (Stackpole)

Description

I sometimes write books for an older audience on various natural history topics. They all are accompanied by my line drawings. As you will see, I’m a stipler!