Meredith Schnoll is an artist, photographer, photo editor and naturalist based on the island of Bonaire in the Caribbean Netherlands. Her work often features vibrant colors and bold, expressive brushstrokes, capturing the essence of her subjects with a sense of energy and movement.
Meredith and her husband Steve are avid nature photographers who work together under the name of Reeftraveler Photography. Their work has been featured in a variety of publications and media outlets including Condé Nast Traveller, National Geographic Explorer and Dive Magazine (UK).
Meredith is a citizen scientist and naturalist who works with various conservation-based organizations on Bonaire. Her activities have included conducting terrestrial bird surveys for STINAPA Bonaire, assisting in endemic parrot roost counts for Echo Bonaire, Coral Restoration diving and conducting guest lectures at the former CIEE Marine Research Institute on Bonaire.
Originally from West Virginia, Meredith has a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from West Virginia University with minors in French, European History and Political Science. She comes from a family of artists, and she has enjoyed creating art from a young age.