Grace graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2018 with a degree in Fisheries and Wildlife. During her time at UNL, she interned with PBT for three years where she gained skills in photography and time-lapse to better capture her passion for nature. Today she focuses on conservation research having worked for two state agencies, California Department of Fish and Wildlife and Colorado Parks and Wildlife, studying ungulate populations. Grace is planning on starting her Master’s in Environmental and Life Sciences at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada in fall 2020. However, she continues to use the skills she learned at PBT to photograph the new environments she is exploring and is excited to integrate conservation storytelling into her master’s thesis.
Posted on May 8, 2018
How does one define a place? Is it a location someone has visited? Does one have to stand on the shores of a lake to feel like they know the lake? Can someone who has never visited a place still have a connection to it? I grapple with these questions as my time as […]
Posted on June 21, 2016
I have always been drawn to the outdoors– be it hiking in the Rockies, fishing at a lake, or socializing with neighbors on warm summer nights. I feel my best when I’m outside. Although I have always enjoyed communing with nature, I never felt compelled to study plants and animals. However, since I have begun […]