WHAT WE DO
Eyes on Earth offers a program of on campus lectures, seminars, and workshops that illustrate for young photographers the field of environmental photography – and how it might become a rewarding focus for their creative energies and productive careers.
We ignite interest with visually compelling, scientifically-based environmental photography seminars and short-course master classes for university journalism, visual communications, and environmental studies programs.
We share with students lessons learned from our decades of experience creating powerful environmental storytelling.
Our lectures on the major issues of environmental concern today are drawn from decades of work with National Geographic covering climate change, feeding the planet, water issues, light pollution, agriculture, endangered species and sustainable energy. We present forceful and entertaining programs to a wide range of audiences around the world, from cultural lecture series, to business meetings, scientific conferences and university campuses.
We offer a program of seminars and master classes that show students the field of environmental photography and how it might become a rewarding focus for their creative energies and productive careers. From our decades of experience we share the tools and skills needed to develop powerful environmental photo stories, from the conception of story ideas, deep research, logistical hurdles and crafting images in the field.
Hands-on experience in real time. We share direction, perspective and hope with our students. We interest them in becoming literate in the requisite visual, technical and scientific skills to establish environmental photography as a focus for their careers. We challenge them to make a difference in our world with their photography. We have successfully guided photographers towards established and recognized positions of accomplishment.