Dr. Wade Davis is one of Canada’s great storytellers. He has been described as “a rare combination of scientist, scholar, poet and passionate defender of all of life’s diversity”. In his new book, Wade Davis: Photographs, Wade tells the story of the human condition through a collection of photographs evoking the strong feelings of love, family and tradition.
Neil Ever Osborne is one of Canada’s most distinguished photographers and is an Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. His work connects people with the planet’s wild spaces while seeking out the human narrative in land and seascapes.
Join Wade and Neil as they guide a small group of photographers through a master class and photo walk focused on storytelling through the art of photography. This unique opportunity to share an intimate session with two of Canada’s most recognized photographers has never been offered before, and is being offered exclusively by the Canadian Geographic Photo Club.
Breakfast, and a signed copy of Wade’s new book, Wade Davis: Photographs will be included.
Proceeds from this fundraising event will go towards supporting core RCGS education and expedition programs.
(Photo of Wade Davis by Nick Stanger)