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- POSTER - Deep Play
- Large Whales
- Killer Whales
- Seals & Otters
- Canvas Sky
- Waters Edge
Lori Mazzuca is a marine wildlife research biologist and fine art photographer specializing in photographing marine mammals. Currently based in Hawai'i, her work spans the world's oceans — primarily those within the Pacific Rim. She combines an intrinsic sense of creativity with years of animal observation and research field experience to brilliantly photograph wild animals in their natural habitat.
Her research interests include prey, predator and species interaction of large baleen (mysticete) and small toothed (odontocete) whales, dolphins and porpoises; seals and sea lions (pinnipeds); and sea otters (fissipeds). Her ancillary research and conservation efforts include: turtles; fish; birds and a variety of other marine vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
Lori's nature and wildlife photographic fine art images are available for purchase as an archival print or as a mounted piece. Prints are done in a professional lab using a ZBE Chromira RGB-light printer Fuji Crystal Archival paper. Mounted pieces are a high-quality, finely crafted and stylish finished product utilizing archival quality prints and a unique UV laminate and mounting process — one that uses wood instead of glass. The result in a beautiful non-glare matte finish — similar to that of a Giclee painting on canvas — that protects the print from harmful environmental elements (e.g., sun, moisture, dirt and fingerprints). Mounted images are easy to clean and arrive at your door ready to hang. [See information panel to left: "Mounting Process" and "Mounting Options" for more information.] Shop conveniently and securely online where shipping is free and insured within the continental United States and your purchase supports marine research, education and conservation.
"My mission is to protect and conserve species and their habitat using education, scientific methodology and photographs to inspire stewardship in the preservation of our beautiful blue planet."