Lecture by Keith Ellenbogen, underwater photographer
Introduction by John Huth, Codirector of the science program at the Radcliffe Institute and Donner Professor of Science in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University
Join acclaimed photographer Keith Ellenbogen as he showcases his beautiful and compelling images and stories of environmental and marine science expeditions from around the world. He will explore the artistry of ocean-based wildlife photography, the technical challenges of underwater environments, the intersection between art and conservation, and how photography can spark positive social change. Ellenbogen will also feature his recent exploratory work using high-speed photography and 360-degree immersive camera systems to capture images and stories in new and exciting ways.
Keith Ellenbogen is a senior fellow at the International League of Conservation Photographers, a fellow at the Explorers Club, and an assistant professor of photography at the Fashion Institute of Technology, SUNY. He was a 2015–2016 visiting artist at the MIT Center for Art, Science, and Technology.
This event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 4:45 p.m.; lecture begins at 5 p.m.
Part of the 2016–2017 Oceans Lecture Series. A larger, one-day public symposium on the topic took place on Friday, October 28, 2016.
Photos by Keith Ellenbogen