Wayne Cahilly is a graduate of the School of Professional Horticulture at the Botanical Garden, where he is the manager of the Lionel Goldfrank III Institutional Mapping Department. He is a member of the American Society of Consulting Arborists, a Certified Arborist, and a Certified Tree Risk Assessor. Wayne's talent for photography is often called upon to photograph landscapes and tree parts in the context of forensic investigations. The requirement for technical excellence in forensic photography has resulted in a broad understanding of the camera as a tool. Wayne excels at producing spectacular images right out of the camera, relying on basic techniques available to every photographer. His photographs are frequently exhibited as evidence in court proceedings, and his garden and flower photographs have been used in several publications.
Classes by this instructor
Precise field measurement is the crucial first step in landscape design. Learn how to properly use automatic levels, tapes, and sophisticated survey instruments such as a total-station and mapping grade GPS. Topics will include accurately measuring distances, differences in elevation, and angles. A more...