Videos

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Beth Wald: Immersion: Journeys in Light and Time

Beth Wald looks at the role that photography can play in the struggles to save ecosystems, species and ancient knowledge.
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Joel Sartore: Photo Ark

Joel Sartore discusses the Photo Ark, a multi-year documentary project to save species and habitats.

Brian Skerry: Inside Iris Nights

Brian Skerry discusses the experience of being a National Geographic photographer, how photography inspires environmental awareness and how to get started in the field.
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Joshua White: The Ecology of Memory

Joshua White shares the evolution of his artistic practice, weaving together ideas of mortality, biology, memory and sustainability.
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Mac Stone: Everglades

Mac Stone discusses rewriting the negative narrative that is so commonly tied to the swamps and wetlands of the Southeast.
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Brian Skerry: Ocean Soul

Brian Skerry shares tales from many of his feature stories for National Geographic Magazine, revealing rare behaviors of marine wildlife across the world and illustrating solutions to environmental problems.

Susan Middleton: Inside Iris Nights

Susan Middleton discusses the blend of art and science, the role of invertebrates in the world around us and how she was influenced by renowned photographer Richard Avedon.
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Susan Middleton: Spineless: Portraits of Marine Invertebrates, The Backbone of Life

Susan Middleton reveals animals not easily or often seen and highlights the essential role of marine invertebrates in the web of life.
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Jess Findlay: A Wild Life

Jess Findlay describes his travels across the world and how these experiences have shaped his life and his photography.

Steve Winter: Inside Iris Nights

Steve Winter discusses his career in wildlife photography, particularly his work with big cats and the LA cougars of the Santa Monica Mountains.
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Steve Winter: The Quest for the Hollywood Cougar

Steve Winter discusses his career in wildlife photography, particularly his work with big cats and the LA cougars of the Santa Monica Mountains.
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Piotr Naskrecki: The Smaller Majority

Piotr Naskrecki discusses the organisms, often smaller than a human finger, that make our planet a livable one and the perils that invertebrates and other small animals face in our rapidly changing world.