Menu
Return to Events
Date: March 27, 2021
Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am

I am proud to be speaking as a part of Photographers Without Borders’ Storytelling for Change Summit Mar. 27 & 28, 2021.

As storytellers, we have a great privilege and responsibility to share stories that are meaningful and that take us closer to a shared vision of the world we wish to live in.

What does that world look like?

The planet is deteriorating at the hands of greed and domination so fast that we need all hands on deck to turn this around. At the same time, the intersections of environmental and social justice have never been clearer, and the need for decolonization and indigenization has never been greater. It’s no surprise that many storytellers are asking: How can I make an impact? Which stories should I be sharing? How can I be a force for good and positive change?

Together, we will imagine the world we wish to live in; we will have conversations that broaden our minds and send ripple effects through time and space; we will share solutions that are worth turning our attention to, and we will offer tools that amplify impact.

Speakers include Cristina Mittermeier, Nikki Sanchez and Romeo Saganash.

Early Bird Pricing – $99 USD before March 1 / $149 USD After March 1. Free for Photographers Without Borders Members. Learn more and register here.

You May Also Enjoy



Art for Conservation

Art for Conservation

Date:
Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am

Date: Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am I am excited to share this collaboration with the extraordinary artist Mantra, my wonderful friends at both Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, Sarara Camp and National Geographic, who conspired to make this wild dream into a reality! For many years, I have been using photography and filmmaking to tell the [ … ]

Read More

“The Last Goodbye” Nominated for the Natural History Museum’s People’s Choice Award

“The Last Goodbye” Nominated for the Natural History Museum’s People’s Choice Award

Date:
Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am

Date: Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am I am honored to learn that the image of Joseph Wachira saying goodbye to Sudan, the last male northern white rhino on the planet, at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, has been nominated in the prestigious Natural History Museum’s People’s Choice Award. It is my hope that this nomination will bring attention to [ … ]

Read More

Human Nature: Planet Earth in Our Time

Human Nature: Planet Earth in Our Time

Date:
Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am

Date: Time: 12:00 am  to  12:00 am I’m also honored to have contributed to Human Nature: Planet Earth In Our Time in which 12 of today’s most influential nature and conservation photographers address important environmental concerns of our time. The featured photographers are: Joel Sartore Paul Nicklen Ami Vitale Brent Stirton Frans Lanting Brian Skerry [ … ]

Read More