About Alex - Alex Wild Photography
I am a biologist in Illinois where I study the evolutionary history of various groups of insects. Photography is an aesthetic complement to my scientific work.

I blog about photography at <a href="http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/compound-eye/">Scientific American</a> and about entomology at <a href="http://myrmecos.net">Myrmecos</a>. I am also a founding instructor of <a href="http://bugshot.net/">BugShot Insect Photography Workshops</a>.

Contact Information
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Alex Wild Photography
Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
(520)548-8134

alwild (at) myrmecos.net
Alex Wild is an Illinois-based biologist who started photographing insects in 2002 as an aesthetic complement to his scientific work. Alex holds a Ph.D. in Entomology from the University of California/Davis where he worked on ant evolution, and has taught entomology and beekeeping at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His photographs appear in numerous natural history museums, magazines, books, television programs, and other media.
Alex writes about science photography at Scientific American and about entomology at Myrmecos. He is also a founding instructor of the BugShot Insect Photography Workshops.
Contact Information:

Alex Wild Photography
Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
(520)548-8134
myrmecos.photos (at) gmail.com

Selected Credits:


BBC Wildlife
New York Times
Washington Post
Natural History
Discover
USA Today
Discovery Channel
Ranger Rick
Smithsonian
Popular Science
Scientific American
Audubon Nature Institute Insectarium
Chicago Field Museum
California Academy of Sciences
American Museum of Natural History
Cleveland Zoo
BASF
Science
Nature
Cell
PNAS
Current Biology
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