Tuesday, December 13, 2011


As I'm sure you may have noticed, I've been away from the blog for a bit. I've been madly working my little fingers to the bone.

Season 3 of Meteorite Men began airing on November 28. In addition to getting ready for that event, there were a few trips out of town, promotional work and taking the photos for and helping to build a whole new website. BUT, the good news is that there has been much publication of my photos as a result.

Here are some of the locations where my photos have been featured recently:

Meteorite Men season 3. Some of those stills they flash to during the show are mine. Yay!

One of my favorite parts about being on location of Meteorite Men this year was the opportunity to meet cartoonist Lucas Turnbloom who writes the Imagine This comic strip. He joined us on one of the expeditions and we got to spend some time with him. I loved every minute of it. What a wonderful guy. He recently published a 2 week run featuring the Meteorite Men as well as a blog post about his adventures. His blog features a few of my photos.

The entirely new and fabulous website Meteorites.co. 99% of the photos for both the "finest meteorites in the world" and the Notkin Collection are mine.

The new product photos on the Aerolite Meteorites website.

The article by Denise Chow on Space.com, "Hunting for Space Rocks: Q&A with Geoff Notkin of 'Meteorite Men'" dated November 28, 2011.

The image album "Photos: Sneak Peek of "Meteorite Men" Season 3" on Space.com, dated November 28, 2011.

The blog post on Pillow Astronaut, Monday, November 28, 2011 "Meteorite Men". (Which I personally thought was a hysterical post.)

The post on TVOvermind, November 25, 2011 "Meteorite Men: Geoff Notkin Previews Season Three Premier" by Nightfly.

"Meet the Meteorite Men" in the Arizona State University printed journal, Source, by SESE; October 2011, page 12.

Two different photos were published in the book "Retired from Racing, not from Life", 2001, by True North Greyhounds. All proceeds go to greyhound rescue, so go buy a copy.

Celebrating Greyhounds 2012 calendar.

The event photographer for the Arizona Greyhound Rescue Fall Festival in November.

First prize in the Hope Animal Shelter Sleeping Beauty Photo Contest.

Two blog posts on the Four Legged Views blog; Wednesday October 5, 2011, "Day 5: This Might Be Kind of Scary" and Friday, October 7, 2011 "Day Seven "Here We Come""

On the wonderfully fabulous website Duck Bob Duck.

KGUN 9 TV show Tucson Morning Blend, photo of the day August 15, 2011

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