IamA wildlife photographer in the Peruvian Amazon. I've found all sorts of cool stuff, most recently a predatory glow worm. AMA!
My short bio:
I'm Jeff Cremer. I have been working as a wildlife photographer in the Peruvian Amazon in a place called Tambopata for the past four years. I lead biologists, entomologists and tourists on scientific and photographic expeditions to remote regions of the Amazon jungle to discover new species.
- Photos and discoveries have been published in Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Wired, Animal Planet, Good Morning America, Ripley's Believe It Or Not, Der Spigel, London Telegraph, Yahoo News International, NBC News, Smarter Every Day and many others.
- http://www.GigapixelPeru.com – Took the world’s highest resolution of Machu Picchu, 16,000 Megapixels which received over 1,000,000 views.
- Published in “EARTH Platinum Edition”, the world’s largest atlas. Each page spread of this limited edition book measures a breathtaking 6 feet x 9 feet (1.8m x 2.7m). Only 31 copies were printed, each retailing for $100,000 a copy.
I've also have had a part in all sorts of cool stories such as:
- Decoy Spider
- Strange Web Tower Structure
- Butterflies Drinking Turtle Tears
- Urodid Moth Cocoon
- Predatory Glow Worm
I love my job and have a great time in the jungle. Looking forward to your questions!
My Proof: My Twitter Account: @JCremerPhoto
Wednesday 10:08pm: Thank you so much for the reddit gold!! I never thought that this post would get so big and that someone would give me gold. I really appreciate it!! Redditors are awesome!