• Patricia Lanza
    On Location
  • Cory Richards
  • Gerd Ludwig
    Winds of Change
  • Vincent J. Musi
    Taming the Wild
  • Chris Johns
    Looking Beyond 125 Years
  • James P. Blair
    Being There
  • Jim Richardson
    Dancing Around the Teacup
  • Mark Sowa
    An Evening with NASA: Space Exploration Through the Shutter
  • Sebastian Copeland
    From Pole to Pole—The Longest Journey
  • William Albert Allard
    Five Decades
  • Liz O. Baylen
    Finding Their Voices
  • Ed Kashi
    It’s Personal
  • Kevin Hand
    Alien Oceans
  • Joe McNally
    A Life Behind the Lens
  • Mike Yamashita
    Elusive Paradise: Michael Yamashita’s Shangri-La (along the tea road to Lhasa)
  • James Balog
  • David Doubilet
  • Abelardo Morell
    The Universe Next Door
  • Maggie Steber
    Dancing on Fire: Photographs from Haiti
  • David Liittschwager
    A World in One Cubic Foot: Portraits of Biodiversity
  • Michael “Nick” Nichols
    Lions, Elephants & Giants
David Doubilet
Thursday, December 5, 2013 6:30-8:00pm

© Jen Hayes

David Doubilet is a contributing photographer and author for National Geographic magazine, where he has photographed 65 stories. Since his first assignment in 1971, he has become one of the most published photographers in the history of the magazine.  He is a contributing editor and author of several books, as well as the recipient of many prestigious awards.

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Doubilet has spent five decades photographing the underwater world. He considers photography a universal language that creates a visual voice for a fragile and silent world beneath the surface.

During his presentation, Doubilet will journey through his most recent and favorite National Geographic assignments.  He will explore the delicate and dangerous eden of Botswana's Okavango Delta, share the greatest marine biodiversity on this planet in the coral triangle regions of remote Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and visit the end of the Earth to go below the Antarctic ice.

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