|Environmental photojournalist Gary Braasch shows how time exposures,
rephotography, and sequential images can evoke motion and change of
the Earth. Braasch creates remarkable images and important
documentation of nature, the environment, biodiversity and climate change
for international magazines. Time, LIFE, Discover, Smithsonian, National
Geographic, Scientific American and the United Nations have published
his images. He received the Ansel Adams Award from the Sierra Club and
the Outstanding Nature Photographer citation from the North American
Nature Photography Association.
Braasch is author of Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming is changing
the World, which Al Gore calls “essential reading for every citizen.”
Braasch’s keystone project since 2000 has been World View of Global
Warming, which is a dedicated photo documentation of the effects of rapid
This lecture is in conjunction with the Ansel Adams exhibit that will be on display until June 6, 2010 at the Phoenix Art Museum, be sure not to miss it!