Tim Cole
Phone: 512-83-SNAKE
(512-837-6253)
Email: timcole@austinreptileservice.net
Georgetown, Texas

Media / Publicity

October 21, 2010
Great Day Houston

July 7, 2009
Austin Statesman article about the green anole (lizard)

July 2, 2009
Live Reptiles to Visit B/SB Library, July 8

July 2, 2009
Library invites Austin Reptile Services to show and tell

Aug 18th, 2006
Snake Expert Not Worried About "Snakes On A Plane" - KEYE TV

Aug 18th, 2006
Debunking Snakes on a Plane - Houston Chronicle

May 8th, 2006
Austin American Statesman - Cinco de Mayo Festival

Apr 13th, 2006
Video of Fox news report.

Nov 28th, 2005
Austin American Statesman - "In Taylor, schoolchildren going beyond basics"

Aug 1st, 2005
Video of KEYE news report on Snake Bites.

Jul, 2005
Video of KVUE news report on sulcata tortoises, with Bobbi Colorado.

Jul 1st, 2005
New Treatment for Diabetes by KXAN

Jun, 2005
Video of KVUE news report with an African Bullfrog and Yellow Rat Snake, with Bobbi Colorado

May 19th, 2005
News 8 Austin

February 15th, 2005
Williamson County Sun Article

Bubba the Frog's television debut in a tv commercial for Drive Clean Across Texas.

January 28th, 2004
Article at the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram: All The Nuge That's Fit To Print.

December 5th, 2003
Fox 7 News Coverage of Austin Reptile Service snake rescue (In AVI format)

Documents / Publications

Austin Reptile Service Brochure (In PDF format)

Photography Credits

For permission to use images off of this website, please contact the appropriate photographer.
The name of the photographer is mentioned under each thumbnail image, where available. Anything without a credit under the image, please contact Tim Cole.

Ed Acuņa
The Artwork of Ed Acuna
Culebra97@aol.com
Originally from California now residing in Austin, TX, Ed Acuņa and has spent many hours in the field observing reptiles. He is an accomplished artist and illustrator, a graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. He has spent the last 25 years as a freelance commercial artist, illustrating a number of book covers, magazines, and posters. Combining his passion for herpetology with his experience as an artist, Ed Acuņa has done some photography and paintings of American snakes. Some of his work is available for sale:

The second print is a little different in the process of how they are made. It is a serigraph print (silk screen). There are twelve runs of color involved in the making of this print. It is a highly regarded print process. Each print is hand done by 3 men in a period of 1 week. The printing company (Coronado Studios) sells these types of prints to museums and universities. They normally sell for $270.00 on up. The printing company received a grant for primarily hispanic artists to express their creativity.


Adam Dawson
dawson@austin.rr.com

Steve Schwartzman
info@visualdelights.net
Visual Delights

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