Conservation Photography Education

Witness: Defining Conservation Photography Feature from Neil Ever Osborne on Vimeo.

Fleming College and the Royal Ontario Museum are teaming up with photographer/educator Neil Ever Osborne to offer a degree program in Environmental Visual Communications. This program is designed as a blend of environmental science skills and the ability to effectively communicate to a variety of audiences.

http://flemingcollege.ca/programs/environmental-visual-communication

If you are passionate about our planet and want to develop your career in getting this message out visually and effectively, then explore this unique program.
Conservation photography has grown into a effective means of education and change. The work that is being done now to illuminate the concerns of our planet is being done by committed people that grew this idea out of the ground. Organizations like iLCP support this important work.

Watch this video to learn where these ideas come from and the people that are teaching us about the work we all share as stewards of the Earth.


Support a Conservation Photography Project here:
http://www.blueearth.org/projects

Neil Ever Osborne:
http://www.neileverosborne.com/

One Response to “Conservation Photography Education”

  1. Thank you for sharing this on your blog, Art. I am glad to hear about it. Seems promising.

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