The Moorea Biocode project is currently hosting the photographer David Liittschwager (http://www.liittschwager.com/). His amazing works have been showcased in the book "Archipelago: Portraits of Life in the World's Most Remote Island Sanctuary", which he co-authored with Susan Middleton. He has a few projects he is working on that document coral reef organisms, so he is collaborating with the Marine Invertebrate Group of the Biocode project and the Invertebrate Zoology department of the Florida Museum of Natural History. He has spent the last week or so taking the most interesting and beautiful creatures from our collections into a lab-turned-studio and coming out with intensely detailed portraits of a fauna rarely seen, let alone celebrated.
One of his projects will be coming out in the February issue of National Geographic.
It has been a treat having him around, lending an artistic perspective to a world view dominated by scientists.