Thrilled to announce the 7th speaker at the NPAC's annual conference, trade show and National Pictures of the Year Awards.
Neil Ever Osborne is a Toronto-based visual storyteller who uses conservation photography and film-making to express the relationship between people and the planet. He works principally in wild spaces and in places that need protection while seeking out the human narratives unfolding in these lands and seascapes. Neil’s editorial assignments and commissioned works are completed in close collaboration with domestic and international publications, NGOs, corporations, philanthropists, and with a growing community of online advocates.
He is a Photographer-in-Residence with Canadian Geographic, a Nikon Ambassador, an Associate Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers, and a Fellow with The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS).
Neil is based out of the Evermaven studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada when not in the field.
Conservation photography is really about the actions a photographer takes after the images have been made. The real responsibility starts after the shutter has been tripped. It is about getting your images in front of the influential people that really need to see them. What can you do to get involved?