Join National Geographic photographer, Joe Riis at LaSalle College of Arts on 7 Apr 2013 and learn more about nature and wildlife photography! This seminar is exclusively for young and aspiring photographers from 13-25 years old.
Joe Riis is a wildlife photojournalist from South Dakota. A recipient of the Knight-Risser award, Joe’s work has been shaped by science and conservation, believing that photographs can connect our culture to critical issues threatening natural habitats and wildlife today. Since his first feature photographing the rarest bear in the world in Mongolia at the age of 26, he has won an Emmy in 2011 for his pronghorn cinematography on the National Geographic “Great Migrations” series.
Find out how he approaches photography as he shares his perspective from a trained biologist and core conservationist.
Date: 7 Apr 2013 (Sun)
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm
Location: LaSalle College of Arts
Fee: Free, limited to the first 30 EOS World members (age 13-25 years old) who RSVP