Young award-winning photographer and virtual school student raises awareness for autism

Morgan, a Conifer resident, started doing nature photography about two years ago after playing with his mom’s iPhone. Since then, one of his photos — a close-up shot of a many-spotted white tiger moth laying a pool of pearly eggs — was picked as a finalist in the 2016 National History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest’s “10 and Under” division, earning it a spot in the annual competition book and a fair amount of press.

Read more about virtual school student Morgan here.