Our Sublime but Vulnerable World: The Photography of Camille Seaman
- EVT 586
- Feb 28
- 7:30 pm
- Rm. 200, Hewlett Teaching Center
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One of Camille Seaman's photographs will be featured in the group exhibition The Sheltering Sky, which will be available to view at the Palo Alto Art Center from January 19 to April 7. For more information about the exhibit, please visit the Art Center's website.
Camille Seaman, Photographer; Senior TED Fellow; John S. Knight Fellow, Stanford Camille Seaman is a photographer whose work focuses on the fragile environments, extreme weather, and stark beauty of the natural world—from the deep grays of supercell storm clouds to the shocking blue of icebergs. She strongly believes in capturing photographs that articulate that humans are not separate from nature. Her work has been featured globally in publications, including National Geographic, Time, and The New York Times. She has received many awards, including a National Geographic Award and the Critical Mass Top Monograph Award.
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