Morgan Heim has been sneezed on by a whale, stampeded by bison and almost mistaken for salmon by hungry grizzly bears. All of which she took as great compliments, considering they let her live to impersonate salmon for another day. She began these journeys as an ecologist working in fisheries and now works as a full-time photojournalist and filmmaker dedicated to sharing the stories of wildlife and wild places through tales of science, culture and exploration. With a background in zoology (BS) and environmental journalism (MA), she employs photographic techniques ranging from aerials to camera traps, photojournalism, and film in her mission to share stories that grow our fascination with incredible nature. Morgan is an Associate Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, (iLCP), trustee of The WILD Foundation, board member of the North American Nature Photography Association, and alum of the prestigious Missouri Photo Workshop. Her work has appeared in such outlets as Smithsonian, National Parks, National Geographic.com, and BBC Wildlife. Morgan lives in Boulder, Colo., with her husband Philipp and their tree-climbing dog, Javier. See more of her work at morganheim.com.