Our Next Program is on
Wednesday, December 8, 2021, at 7:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., via Zoom
Join us for
The Life of a Wildlife Protographer
Suzi Eszterhas, Wildlife Photographer
Part artist, part scientist, and part sociologist, Suzi Eszterhas gives us a glimpse into the life of a wildlife photographer. Hear how she composes photos while riding an elephant in India, how she keeps herself safe while working with grizzly bears, and how her photography can help raise awareness of the problems facing wildlife today.
Suzi Eszterhas is an award-winning wildlife photographer, who, for the last twenty years, has dedicated her life and her work to capturing the family life of wild animals throughout the world, mainly those that are endangered. Her photographs have been published in over 100 magazine covers and feature stories in publications such as TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Popular Photography, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids.
Whether it is photographing cheetahs while living in a bush camp in Kenya's Masai Mara, working with polar bear biologists in the Arctic, or chasing chimpanzees through some of the world's deepest jungles, Suzi has many photographs and adventure stories to share.
Suzi is the author of numerous books. Her books have been featured on GoodMorningAmerica.com and TodayShow.com. Her latest book, New on Earth, is a collection of her most spectacular photographs—from groundbreaking images of tiger cubs in their den in India, to newborn cheetahs on the African savanna, to brown bear cubs seeing the world for the first time in the Alaskan wilderness.
She is a passionate animal conservationist. She has built conservation into the very fabric of her highly successful wildlife photography business. To empower teen girls to enter the male-dominated field of nature photography and use their work to further conservation efforts around the world, she founded Girls who Click.
Please join us in welcoming Suzi Eszterhas. We are excited to hear about her journey to becoming a world-renowned animal photographer, author, and animal conservationist. We are not sure whether she will be joining us from some remote corner of the world or from a few miles away from her home base in Petaluma, but we thank her for taking the time to speak to us at Wednesday morning Dialogue.
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