Daisy Gilardini
Polar Wonders: Photographs from the Ends of the Earth
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Daisy Gilardini
Polar Wonders: Photographs from the Ends of the Earth
Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Daisy Gilardini fell in love with Antarctica on her first trip in 1997, and has since spent most of her time photographing Polar Regions. Her talk will celebrate the beauty and diversity of remote and fragile ecosystems. Since 1997, she has participated in 16 expeditions to Antarctica and 24 to the Arctic. During the presentation, Gilardini will share her extraordinary adventures, including close encounters with penguins and polar bears. These images will narrate a Pole-to-Pole journey and its many fascinating tales.

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Gilardini's photographs have been published internationally by leading magazines and organizations, and she has received awards from many of the most prestigious photo contests in the world. Her passion for the natural world has grown into a lifelong commitment to inspire others to respect and preserve our fragile planet. This dedication to the environment led to her 2009 nomination to the Emerging League of the International League of Conservation Photographers.

She is currently based in Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland.

 

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