Self Introduction

January 13, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Legacy Foundation works with woman's project in Lushoto, Tanzania to develop alternative fuel from biomass, known as fuel briquettes. Photography by Peter Stanley, 2012.Richard Stanley, of the Legacy Foundation, designed a second type of press that can be folded down and easily transported to remote areas. Refugee camps and other areas with limited space can definitely benefit from this. Last week we each gave a short self introduction and our photography as well as our purpose for joining this course. Every event is recorded and today I listened to mine again to see what I sounded like... my observation... I talk too much when I'm nervous! 

After I shared my desire to focus on conservation photography, Paul shared a few photographers with me that I had not previously known and I'm very happy to have spent much of the day exploring their work. 

James Morgan: A graduate of LCC. A photographer and film maker focusing on cultural and wildlife conservation. His work blew me away! 

Kate Brooks: A war photographer who produced a movie on poaching called, The Last Animals, after a successful kickstarter bid.

Neil Albridge: A graduate of LCC. A conservation photographer. His final project for LCC was a book recently published and is titled, Underdogs, a story about wild dog conservation.

 


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