Earlier this month, I spent about an hour with Dr. Michael Levin in his lab at the Tufts Center for Regenerative and Developmental Biology for New Scientist magazine. It was a typical lab shoot in that most labs are pretty similar, but Levin's work involves live frogs and I was excited to try and integrate the animals into the shots. Holding the frogs is pretty well out of the question; while photographing a lab tech gathering eggs, the frogs kept jumping all over the place.

You can see how the magazine ran the pictures over in the tearsheets section of this website.

More images are available at my online archive.