NAT GEO LIVE! With Joel Sartore

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NAT GEO LIVE! With Joel Sartore
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11th January 2018, Singapore – National Geographic LIVE!, together with NTU Singapore and the Singapore Zoo, invites you to an intimate talk with world-famous, international award-winning photographer and conservationist, Joel Sartore, at the Mastercard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands on 27 January 2018.

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Fans of NatGeo, together with nature photographers, wildlife lovers, environmentalists, explorers and thinkers of all ages can learn from and enjoy Joel’s LIVE! show where he will share his experience photographing the world’s animals, along with personal stories from over two decades of contribution to Nat Geo. These stories of exploration and discovery seek to educate audiences, inspire exploration and encourage change, towards building a better world.

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See You at NAT GEO LIVE! With Joel Sartore!
When: 27 January 2018.
Time: 04.00pm (Ticket Collection at 03.00pm)
Where: Mastercard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands
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About Joel Sartore
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An American photographer, speaker, author, teacher, and a 20-year contributor to National Geographic magazine. Sartore grew up in Ralston, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in journalism. His interest in nature started in childhood, when he learned about the very last passenger pigeonfrom one of his mother’s Time-Life picture books. He has since been chased by a wide variety of species including wolves, grizzlies, musk oxen, lions, elephants and polar bears. His first National Geographic assignments introduced him to nature photography, and also allowed him to see human impact on the environment first-hand.

In addition to the work he has done for National Geographic, Joel has contributed to Audubon Magazine, GEO, Time, Life, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated and numerous book projects. Joel and his work have been the subjects of several national broadcasts including National Geographic’s Explorer, the NBC Nightly News, NPR’s Weekend Edition and an hour-long PBS documentary, At Close Range. He is also a contributor on the CBS Sunday Morning Show with Charles Osgood. In 2015, he had an appearance in the film Racing Extinction where he photographed the very last Rabb’s fringe-limbed treefrog.

Joel Sartore is a founding Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP). In 2012, Sartore was named a Fellow of the National Geographic Society.

Sartore resides in Lincoln, Nebraska with his wife and children.

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