I am happy to work with reporters or book authors to fact-check their copy or discuss carnivorous plants (see my credentials). It is a pleasure for me to make sure your story is accurate, and of course I provide this service free of charge.
If your article needs top quality photographs of carnivorous plants in the wild and in cultivation I can provide them. All my photographs are on slide format. I typically sell one-time, nonexclusive rights to my images, and my rates are competitive. I ask that you pay for express shipping (if desired) and return postage. If you prefer to operate electronically to meet your deadlines, I can prepare scans for you to download off the web using a flatbed scanner. Of course, the images I provide do not have the annoying "sarracenia.com" on it.
The majority of my images can be previewed at Galleria Carnivora. If you are looking for a specific species, go to the helpdesk. Popular photos include the famous Venus Flytraps (Dionaea) which capture prey in cage-like traps are shown on three pages (page #1, page #2, page #3), the pitfall pitcher plants Sarracenia (page #1, page #2, page #3), Nepenthes (page #1, page #2, page #3), and sundews (Drosera, page #1, page #2, page #3, page #4, page #5, page #6, page #7, page #8)--which slowly coil their leaves around their prey. For images of bugs being captured, try the "death room!"
My photography, web site, and articles have appeared in numerous publications and galleries, including The Baltimore Sun, Discover Magazine, Muse, The NY Times, The Sacramento Bee, The Star Ledger, The Tampa Tribune, Pacific Horticulture, Backyard Bugwatching, Carnivorous Plants of Australia (Vol. III), the Getty Museum, and others.
I can be contacted via email (email@example.com), but for more detailed discussions, please send me your phone number so we can talk as humans.