Videos

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Karen Kasmauski: Observations

Karen Kasmauski shares experiences from her work on a variety of challenging assignments, showing how she explores complex issues and finds ways to connect with people.
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Michael Nichols: Photographing Nature’s Giants

Michael Nichols discusses his book Earth to Sky: Among Africa’s Elephants, A Species in Crisis, describing his experience working with African elephants for more than twenty years.
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Stephen Alvarez: Earth from Below

Stephen Alvarez speaks about our shared compulsion to explore and how his search for adventure has led him to greater cultural awareness.
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Aaron Huey: American Ocean

Aaron Huey speaks about his experience taking photographs on his solo walk across America and discusses the influence that carried over from that event into his photojournalism career.
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Stephen James O’Meara: Does the Moon Affect Volcanoes on Earth?

Stephen James O'Meara discusses his work educating people about volcanic dangers.
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Kwaku Alston: Unique Beauty

Kwaku Alston shows a selection of his celebrity and personal portraits and discusses symbols of beauty in our culture and how he responds to them.
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Leonard Nimoy: Goddess: An Exploration of the Divine and the Secular Forms of Beauty

Leonard Nimoy discusses his work as a photographer and our culture's perception of beauty.
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Davis Factor

Davis Factor provides a glimpse into his journey as a photographer, entrepreneur and creative pioneer.
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Brian Bowen Smith: What is Beauty?

Brian Bowen Smith discusses his proccess of finding the beauty within his subjects, even if they don't know it's there.
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Andrew Southam: The Half-Life of Beauty

In a presentation of images from throughout his 25-year long career, Southam will discuss his photographic methods and the complicated nature of portraying beauty for the camera.
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Matthew Rolston: beautyLIGHT

Matthew Rolston presents numerous examples of his work and discusses his thoughts, philosophy and practices regarding beauty and photography.
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Mark Laita: Created Equal

Mark Laita discusses his first book of non-commercial work, Created Equal, and the eight-year-long, cross-country journey behind it.