To The Arctic Multimedia Presentation with Florian Schulz
What would you do if a massive male polar bear came charging toward you? How would it feel to see a lost baby caribou, searching for its mother?
These are just a few of the experiences that photographer Florian Schulz brought back from the Arctic.
In his multimedia presentation, To The Arctic, Florian combines images with videos, sounds, and stories to bring the Arctic to life. Traveling from northern Greenland to northwest Alaska, Florian spent a total of 18 months in remote Arctic locations, photographing the stunning landscape and animals found there.
Hear stories of Florian’s personal encounters with Arctic wildlife, from the dangers of camping in polar bear country, to the emotional story of a lost caribou calf. Together, Florian’s passionate accounts and dramatic images tell the story of an Arctic that is facing very real threats – a place that only we can protect.
His images of the Arctic transport an audience to this remote place. But it is Florian’s personal stories of his adventures with wildlife in the Arctic that make this embattled landscape come alive.”
Florian Schulz by far exceeded our expectations! We hosted Florian at our member-preview event…[and] our guests just LOVED him. His photo/video slide show was fantastic and during the Q&A, just about every hand in our theater was raised. Afterwards, Florian signed copies of his book, took photos and answered more questions. He was so patient and kind with our members. Many came up to us after the event and raved about their fantastic evening.”
Marketing & PR Manager
Great Lakes Science Center
We enjoyed working with Florian. He was very flexible and easy-going and really seemed to enjoy talking with bloggers, reporters, and visitors…He signed books for several hours and offered to sign To the Arctic posters for children as well. Everyone loved having the chance to meet him, ask questions, and purchase his book with a personal note from the artist himself!”
Director of Public Relations
Fernbank Museum of Natural History