woensdag, september 29

Darlyne Murawski is a versatile nature photographer and writer with years of experience as a research biologist working with tropical plants and butterflies. Since 1993, her articles have appeared in in National Geographic Magazine and many international publications, children's magazines and calendars. She has traveled the world to showcase the lives and ecology of small critters - including butterflies, moths, fungi, parasites, spider webs, marine worms, horseshoe crabs, mollusks, and glass-shelled diatoms. Darlyne Murawski holds a doctoral degree in Biology from the University of Texas and a Masters of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has worked and published as a research biologist (University of Georgia, U. Massachusetts, and Harvard University) and has taught courses in biology and nature photography. Currently she devotes most of her time to photography and writing. Her home is in Arlington, Massachusetts.