This exhibit features three primary subjects, namely, Wildlife - Shared Habitat, Water is Life, and Cultures and Traditions. Together these form Our Shared World and exist in harmony with one another. Inevitably conflict arises for natural resources or the inability to sustain critical shared resources. However, seeing the power of each help focus our attention of ongoing need to preserve and protect all.
Wildlife - Shared Habitat
Highlights wildlife from several continents and species including Africa, Borneo, and India from my numerous conservation and personal projects.
Water is Life
Features the earth’s water sources from Antarctica and the Artic region of Greenland and Iceland, to the tropical Pacific Ocean and central American Atlantic Ocean Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System.
Cultures and Traditions
This is a collection highlighting three cultures, the tribes of the Omo Valley in Ethiopia, Burmese, and tribes of Papua New Guinea. Each culture and tribe is characterized by unique languages, traditions, and ways of life based on their customs and environments.