Take a Second Look
Fire Island attracts over two million visitors each summer. In efforts to preserve its natural beauty, The Nature Conservancy put fourth a Long Island Railroad platform campaign that featured macro, abstract photography in hopes to lure commuters and learn more about the life that keeps Fire Island a unique home to endangered organisms.
Role: Art direction / concept / design direction / photography
The Peconic Estuary
Nestled between the North and South Forks of eastern Long Island is the Peconic Estuary. The four bays of the estuary and its surrounding watershed are a beautiful mosaic of salt marshes, mud and sand flats, beaches and dunes, tidal creeks, open water and forested uplands. The estuary is a highly productive nursery and spawning habitat for diverse marine species, including local favorites like bay scallops, hard clams and oysters.
The Nature Conservancy released a booklet to educate Long Islanders of the importance of shellfish and how they can help.