The Annenberg Foundation and the California Science Center proudly present the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed photography exhibition Amazônia. Read more →
Tim Matsui is a multimedia journalist and producer focusing on human trafficking, alternative energy, and the environment. In his spare time he climbs mountains.
Extreme Exposure celebrates five photographers who brave dangerous conditions to capture rarely seen moments in environments few dare to explore.
Photographer Paul Nicklen uses his camera to reveal the nature of a world melting away under human-induced global warming.
Michael Nichols has produced 25 stories for National Geographic magazine, devoting his career to producing photography that effects environmental change.
Clyde Butcher’s photographs explore his personal relationship with the environment.
Stephen James O’Meara is an award-winning photographer specializing in volcanic eruptions around the world. Donna O’Meara is recognized worldwide as an award-winning photographer, author and expert on volcanoes.
Her images and stories have been featured in Outdoor Photographer, National Wildlife, Audubon, Sierra, and other publications.
Over the course of his 30-year career, award-winning photographer Art Wolfe has worked on every continent and in hundreds of locations.
Benjamin Drummond is a photographer, producer and designer.
Chris Linder uses photography and multimedia to communicate science.
Claudio Contreras Koob studied biology in Mexico’s University, and work as a full time nature photographer specializing in conservation related issues all over Mexico.
Garth Lenz is an award winning photographer and one of only 60 photographers to be named a Fellow of the prestigious International League of Conservation Photographers.
Environmental photojournalist Gary Braasch creates images and assignments about nature, environment, biodiversity and global warming for publication and around the world.
Gerrit Vyn is a wildlife and conservation photograher based in Seattle, Washington.
Heidi Bradner’s work documents an Arctic world that is extreme yet fragile and disappearing.
Jed Weingarten is a traveler, adventurer, outdoorsman, and photographer.