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Multimedia Presentation and Lecture by Carlton Ward Jr.

2013 EVENING LECTURE SERIES

FREE Admission

Palm Beach Photographic Centre presents its 27th annual FOTOinsights, our annual lecture series featuring the nation’s leading photographic and digital artists, who are at the Centre to conduct workshops as part of our Master Artists Workshops program. The workshop presenters speak openly about their work and its development, or on topics related to their workshop. Unlike any other program in the region, FOTOinsights is a casual opportunity to hear and meet such artists as Dan Burkholder, Raymond Gehman, Ross Whitaker and Vincent Versace, among dozens of other leading figures in America’s photographic community.

In 2012, photographer and explorer, Carlton Ward Jr. led a small team through a 100 day, 1000 mile trek -- traveling by kayak, mountain bike, horse and by foot -- from Everglades National Park north to Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in southern Georgia. The exhibition is the legacy of that journey. Fifty large photographs and maps document the landscape, flora and fauna of Florida’s interior and illustrates the interconnected, natural corridor that needs protection for wildlife and future generations.

Bio: Carlton Ward Jr is an environmental photojournalist and eighth generation Floridian focused on Florida's living heritage. His work is published in magazines including Audubon, Smithsonian, Geo and Nature Conservancy. His 2009 book, Florida Cowboys, won a silver medal in the Florida Book Awards and for that work Popular Photography Magazine featured him as an artist working to save vanishing America. Carlton is a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) and president of the Legacy Institute for Nature & Culture (LINC). He is a grantee of the National Geographic Society for the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, a 100-day, 1000 mile trek he led from Everglades National Park to the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia. There will be an exhibition of this work at Palm Beach Photographic Center in March 2013. See CarltonWard.com and FloridaWildlifeCorridor.org.

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