In this webinar, conservation photographer and photojournalist Jennifer Adler takes us on an underwater journey as she uses her imagery to communicate science and conservation. Adler 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. Adler is a freelance photojournalist represented by National Geographic Image Collection.
This is the second episode of our 2021 webinar series exploring the intersection of art and science. Art has played an essential role at Stroud Water Research Center from the beginning. Stroud Center co-founders Joan and Dick Stroud believed that art inspired the scientific mind and encouraged creativity. (See also: episode 1)