Photograph by Marc Moritsch
Photograph courtesy Marc Moritsch
For more than 20 years Marc Moritsch has worked as a biologist and photographer best known for his wildlife, natural history, and travel photography.
Among Moritsch's most significant experiences was working as photographer with the Hornocker Wildlife Research Institute's Siberian Tiger Project. He spent several months in the Russian Far East photographing Siberian tigers, natural history subjects, biologists, and local people in the Sikhote-Alin region. His work was published in a 1997 National Geographic magazine cover article on Siberian tigers.
Moritsch's current photography includes landscape and wildlife compositions in Yosemite National Park, the Sierra Mountains, Death Valley, and Colorado. His work has been commissioned by Exxon Corporation, Sony Corporation, the United States Bureau of Land Management, the Hornocker Research Institute, and National Geographic.
Moritsch studied wildlife management at Humboldt State University in California.
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