Voices Behind the Camera gives a quick glimpse into the portfolios of ILCP's world renowned Photographers.
Born in Germany, Florian Schulz (33) is a professional nature and wildlife photographer with a vision of broad horizons. Through skillfully, artistic photography, he is in the constant search for breathtaking images that inspire individuals to take action in the protection of large endangered ecosystems.
Schulz has dedicated years of his life to documenting North America’s most critical wildlife corridor: “Yellowstone to Yukon”. Sponsored by the Blue Earth Alliance, his first book —Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam (2005)—received an Independent Book Publisher Award as one of the “Outstanding Books of the Year”. Carefully selected images from his book, where chosen to produce a traveling exhibit by the Burke Museum in Seattle which is on display today at The Field Museum in Chicago. Florian’s photography has also been displayed on other important museums like the American Museum of Natural History.
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