A Wild Life
Aired On: Nov 12, 2015
Jess Findlay describes his travels across the world, from Alaska's Aleutian Islands to British Columbia's high mountains and deep into the Amazon Rainforest, and discusses how these experiences have shaped his life and his photography.
Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, it didn't take long for Jess Findlay to spark an interest in the natural world. His childhood was spent hiking and birdwatching with his family throughout the Pacific Northwest. In 2011, Findlay was awarded the International Youth Photographer of the Year award from Nature's Best Photography. Since then, he has gone on to be...
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