The photographers we work with have dedicated their lives to documenting the last remaining wild places in North America. Each of these individuals is passionate about protecting the wild places they have come to know and love.
Photographers and authors can speak on topics including climate change, wildlife corridors, wilderness preservation, and wildlife photography.
Florian Schulz is a professional wildlife and landscape photographer from Germany whose striking images have garnered international recognition. He is a frequent lecturer on photography and conservation topics in both North America and Europe. Schulz is also the youngest founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers, an organization committed to the use of the photographic arts to inspire viewers and save wilderness.
Florian Schulz by far exceeded our expectations! We hosted Florian at our member-preview event…[and] our guests just LOVED him. His photo/video slide show was fantastic and during the Q&A, just about every hand in our theater was raised.Kristen Shorkey, Great Lakes Science Center Cleveland, Ohio
Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest
Amy Gulick is a photographer and writer specializing in conservation and natural history. Amy's best known presentation is "Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest." Amy's photography and presentation have been valuable communication tools for a variety of conservation groups working in the Tongass National Forest.
Crown of the Continent
Steven Gnam has been photographing wildlife, landscapes, and people in adventures across the western Unites States and Canada for the past twelve years. Most of his work focuses on celebrating and protecting the wild lands of the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Northwest.
The Last Polar Bear
Steven Kazlowski is known within the photography community for his skills of observation and his determination to capture an image even in extreme weather conditions.He spent over eight years photographing for The Last Polar Bear: Facing the Truth of a Warming World