Thursday, 30 November 2017

Remembrance Day for Lost Species

November 30 is Remembrance Day for Lost Species

Here’s a small collection of recent creature portraits, photographed in collaboration with the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, all in danger of joining the ranks of lost species.

Polar Bear, African Elephant, Kiwi, Boreal Chorus Frog, Caribou, Echidna, Mouse Deer, Snapping Turtle and the Pangolin (the most trafficked creature on the planet).

African-Elephant-Loxodonta-africana
African Elephant
Boreal Chorus Frog art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Boreal Chorus Frog
echidna art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Echidna
kiwi art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Kiwi
mouse deer art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Mouse Deer
polar bear art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Polar Bear
snapping turtle art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Snapping Turtle
pangolin art photograph endangered sixth extinction
Pangolin
Caribou-Rangifer-tarandu
Caribou

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Artists As Change Makers

“Hear how an internationally-renown filmmaker, photojournalist, singer/songwriter duo, and a fine art photographer are all creating change through their craft. Featuring striking imagery and insight into the power of art.” – Frances Litman, Creatively United Solutions

With Garth Lenz (photojournalist), Sarah Roberts (filmmaker), David Ellingsen (artist) and Danton Jay and Heather Lynn (musicians).

Solutions Episode 2: Artists As Change Makers
Shaw Cable, channel 4, November 6-12, 2017

Artists As Change makers - Hear how an internationally-renown filmmaker, photojournalist, singer/songwriter duo, and a fine art photographer are all creating change through their craft. Featuring striking imagery and insight into the power of art.