Larry A. Lyons has been an Environmental Scientist for more than 30 years investigating and helping to protect aquatic and terrestrial environments in the U.S. and the Caribbean. He is credited with numerous publications and several patents. His love of all types of environments and the diversity of the living organisms that depend on these environments has extended to his love of capturing their beauty with his photography.
Larry’s photography is as diverse as the environments he has studied extending from underwater sea life to landscapes to animal behavior and portraits to macrophotography. Some highlights of his photography career include studying underwater photography with Jean-Michel Cousteau in Fiji and volunteering for a six-week photographic safari with the African Impact Organization in South Africa. The overriding message that Larry wishes to convey with his photography is to reinforce the need of protection and conservation of wildlife and their habitats.
He is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and the South Jersey Camera Club (SJCC). Larry exhibits throughout the area and is the recipient of many awards. Larry can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.