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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