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Saturday, November 12, 2022 2pm

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Speaker: Keith Ellenbogen, Underwater Wildlife Photographer

Join renowned photographer Keith Ellenbogen as he takes the audience on an awe-inspiring underwater journey into a dynamic marine environment. Through the art of underwater photography and environmental storytelling, Ellenbogen will showcase stunning images from his recent expeditions that include apex predators such as great white sharks, ocean giants like humpback whales, and giant bait balls of migrating fish. Many of his images are featured in the new exhibition Swimming with Sharks at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.

Appropriate for ages 10 and up.

Free with museum admission

Related exhibition: Swimming with Sharks: A Deep Dive into Shark Biology and Behavior

Presented in collaboration with MIT Sea Grant

About the Speaker

Keith Ellenbogen is an acclaimed underwater wildlife photographer working with conservation-based organizations to showcase the visual complexity of underwater environments. He is Associate Professor of Photography at SUNY/Fashion Institute of Technology; Visiting Artist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology/MIT Sea Grant; Senior Fellow, the International League of Conservation Photographers; Fellow, The Explorers Club, and is affiliated with the New England Aquarium’s Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life. He also is a recipient of an Ernest F. Hollings Ocean Awareness Award, a U.S. Fulbright Fellowship and a TED Residency. To learn more about Keith Ellenbogen, visit his website: keithellenbogen.com.

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