Spineless: Portraits of Marine Invertebrates, The Backbone of Life
Aired On: Nov 19, 2015
Susan Middleton reveals animals not easily or often seen and highlights the essential role of marine invertebrates in the web of life.
Susan Middleton is an acclaimed photographer, author, lecturer, and Guggenheim fellow. Blending art and science, she specializes in the portraiture of rare and endangered animals, plants, sites and cultures. Her most recent book is Spineless: Portraits of Marine Invertebrates, the Backbone of Life. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of the...
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