Update April 28, 2020: Watch our on-demand webinar with Joe here.
We’re teaming up with Joe McNally in honor of Earth Day 2020 and the 50th anniversary of this global holiday.
Join us this Friday, April 24th at 12PM EDT for Watching the Earth Melt Away, a webinar and live Q&A to learn about Joe’s friendship with research scientist George Divoky, who has been studying arctic seabirds for over 45 years. Together they’ve created a photo project and documentary about George’s work and eye-witness account of the rapidly changing environment in Cooper Island, Alaska.
On Friday Joe will walk us through some of his most powerful photos captured during his trips to Cooper Island. He’ll also be speaking about George Divoky’s lifelong dedication to documenting data in the Arctic and why he decided to come back and photograph the same location 18 years later.
What we’ll cover:
- Joe’s journey to Cooper Island and a closer look at the photos taken during his time with research scientist George Divoky.
- Why editorial and conservation photography are so important
- Why it’s necessary to pursue personal projects
Register now and join us this Friday, April 24th at 12pm EDT.
(If you can’t make it, no worries! We’ll share the full recording early next week.)