National Geographic Magazine, May 2018

Theobroma cacao (chocolate). The first pod harvested from my cacao trees, grown from beans given by the indigenous Guna people (San Blas Islands, Caribbean). The scientific name translates to “food of the gods,” and beans were used as currency by the ancient Mayans and Aztecs. Panels: pod with vanilla orchid vine; white pulp around the beans (fermented to make chocolate); cacao in 3 forms: bean, cocoa, refined chocolate. 1 pod = ~25 beans = ~1 chocolate bar

Berlin specimen of Archaeopteryx

National Geographic Explorers Symposium. Photo by Ford Cochran.

Eastern White Ash, chameleon car paint, mother-of-pearl inlay, EMG pickups

Warped Tour, Seattle

XROMM facility, Brown University

Carl Zimmer: Archaeopteryx, The Embargoed Tattoo: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/phenomena/2012/01/24/archaeopteryx-the-embargoed-tattoo/

pencil sketch of Archaeopteryx

Tenodera and Passiflora (colored pencil, age 16)