Art Wolfe and James Balog to be honored by NANPA

At the Summit, NANPA will honor Art Wolfe with the Lifetime Achievement Award. We are delighted to announce that Art Wolfe will lead the celebration of NANPA’s 20th Anniversary program on Saturday night, March 2, 2013. Join us to share a celebration of Art’s impact on nature photography and NANPA.
Continuing the celebration, 2012 Environmental Impact Award – James Balog will be joining us to host a special private screening of his feature-length documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which chronicled the disappearance of glaciers in Iceland using film and 25 DSLR cameras over three years. The film won the award for Excellence in Cinematography for Documentary Films at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. James will be honored at the general session on Saturday morning.

3 Responses to “Art Wolfe and James Balog to be honored by NANPA”

  1. Dear Art, congratulations! I’d say “’bout time!” except you’ve got to have a lifetime’s work in order to quality for a lifetime award.

    I’m glad the award isn’t posthumous, and that we can hope for many more years of delight through your work.

  2. Stephanie says:

    A Lifetime Achievement Award is very special. Congratulations!

  3. Maureen Elliott says:

    Congratulations Art. A well deserved honor. Your work has delighted and inspired so many others.

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