To The Arctic
From unending darkness to midnight sun, award-winning photographer Florian Schulz reveals an Arctic landscape that is teaming with life in every season of the year. The stunning large-format photographs in To The Arctic offer a glimpse into a world that most people will never see – a world that is rapidly changing.
Now available from Braided River, To The Arctic is the official companion book to the upcoming IMAX film To The Arctic 3D, a co-production of MacGillivray Freeman Films, Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Corportation.
Florian Schulz is a professional nature photographer who has dedicated his life to capturing inspiring images of wildlife. His photographs have appeared in international publications, including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, and GEO. A native of Germany, Schulz is the youngest founding member of the ILCP; he has won numerous awards, including Environmental Photographer of the Year, Conservation Photographer of the Year, and multiple awards in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. more »
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Sylvia Earle is an oceanographer, explorer, author, lecturer and experienced field research scientist. Earle is Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society, and leader of the Sustainable Seas Expeditions. For more information visit www.TheSealliance.org.
Greg MacGillivray is an Academy Award-nominated film director and cinematographer whose production company, MacGillivray Freeman Films, has produced more than thirty films for IMAX Theatres and other giant-screen cinemas. To The Arctic 3D is the first film presentation from One World One Ocean Foundation. For more information, please visit www.OneWorldOneOcean.org.
Tom Campion has sponsored trips to Arctic Alaska for politicians, photographers, writers, and journalists for more than a decade. The Campion Foundation supports nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting wilderness, ending homelessness, and strengthening nonprofits. For more information, please visit www.AlaskaWild.org.