Over the past decade, Maria has studied and photographed the natural world. She began her work by studying and illustrating the local botany in East Hampton, N.Y. A short time later, she began documenting dolphins and whales in the wild as an underwater photographer. Her ocean work has taken her to far away seas in the Kingdom of Tonga, French Polynesia, the Hawaiian islands, the Caribbean, the Pacific and Gulf coasts of Mexico, and the Great South Channel.
Each journey into the ocean has offered many new discoveries and opened new questions as to how we are part of this beautiful web of life. Maria’s curiosity and study of coherence in the natural world is an integral part of her private research and practice.
~To be touched by the revelation of love or scientific discovery is among the greatest and most wondrous blessings of being alive.~
Peter A. Levine Ph.D.