The Intersection of Art and Science: Episode 2, Behind the Lens and Below the Surface
Photo: Bob Croslin/National Geographic
When: June 23, 2021, 12:30-1:30 p.m. EDT. Can’t attend the webinar? Register to receive a link to the video recording!
Where: Online via Zoom videoconferencing. Please register to receive connection information.
Join us for the second episode in our webinar series exploring the intersection of art and science. Jennifer Adler will take us on an underwater journey as she uses her imagery to communicate science and conservation. She will give a 45-minute presentation followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.
Adler is a conservation photographer and underwater photojournalist. Her work is informed by her scientific background, and she uses her imagery to communicate science and conservation. She has a degree in marine biology from Brown University and a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary ecology from the University of Florida. She specializes in underwater photography and is a trained freediver and cave diver. An ongoing theme in her work is the connection between people and water in a changing climate. Her grant-funded and assignment work has taken her all over the world to document science and conservation for The Nature Conservancy, National Geographic, Huffington Post, and the International Women’s Media Foundation. Adler is a freelance photojournalist represented by National Geographic Image Collection.