I have had the opportunity to feature my photography in several books and magazines over the last five years. My first book, Indiana State Parks: A Centennial Celebration, features over 200 of my photographs from all of Indiana's state parks, and was published by Indiana University Press in 2015 in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the creation of the parks system in Indiana. In August 2018, my newest book was released. Published by Quarry Books, this work focuses on forty bird species who either nest, migrate through, or winter in the Midwest. These birds have been identified as species of concern, either because they already have a critically small population, or because they have a rapidly declining population trend. This book was honored in April 2019 with a bronze medal in the Nature category from the Independent Publisher Book Awards' international competition.
My work has also appeared in the national magazine Bird Watcher's Digest, and in the Jack Pine Warbler, a magazine of the Michigan Audubon Society. My photography is also featured in a new book written by Nathan Strange entitled, The Complete Guide to Indiana State Parks, and in the book, Indiana at 200: A Celebration of the Hoosier State, as well as in a number of newsletters and postcards for The Nature Conservancy.