NEWS 2009

WEBSITE RENOVATION!
NEW YEAR 2010, NEW WEBSITE!

December - After 11 months in the field, launching a new website took a bit of time, but we are delighted with the results. It has new features for you to enjoy more of Florian's photography. The new website gives you the opportunity to look at Florian's images at full screen. Make sure to click the "full-screen" button on the right corner of a slideshow. We have also added a multimedia page, with video to share our fieldwork and conservation campaigns with you. Don't forget to visit the Galleries and the Project's page, where you will find new interesting material and the latest information on the ongoing B2B project. We hope you like it!

 

 

 

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
WINTER 2009

Nov. 22 – Florian was invited to give a photography workshop and present his Freedom to Roam work in a 90 minute multimedia show at the “Weltblicke Festival” in Essen, Germany.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weltblicke Mutlivisions-FestivalSPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
WINTER 2009

 

Nov. 6th – 13th: Participated in WILD9 – the 9th World Wilderness Congress. It was an inspiring event where we had the chance to talk world class scientists and conservationist from all across the globe, as well as with our photography colleagues. Florian presented an overview of his “Freedom to Roam – Wildlife Corridor” project.

 

Yucatan RAVEPARTICIPATING IN THE YUCATAN RAVE
FALL 2009

October – Florian and Emil participated in the ILCP Yucatan RAVE. They covered the R2R – Rainforest to Reef biological corridor between Calakmul and Chinchorro Reef. A photographic highlight was a fantastic shot of a wild jaguar. Images to be released soon!

 

 

 

EXPLORING THE BC COAST AND THE YUCATAN PENINSULA
FALL 2009

September – Great Bear Rainforest and Vancouver Island: The team got the first impression of the Great Bear Rainforest while onboard the Oceanlight II. They also went exploring parts of Vancouver Island`s outer coast.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARCTIC AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION
Spring & Summer 2009

In the course of 3 months Florian documented the AlaskaN Arctic, both landscapes and wildlife all the way from the Canadian border to the Seward Peninsula. The outcome is a outstanding collection of images of a threatened ecosystem that has hardly been documented.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum of Texas Tech UniversityYELLOWSTONE TO YUKON - FREEDOM TO ROAM AT THE MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
Summer 2009

The traveling exhibit Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam will be on display at the Museum of Texas Tech University through the summer of 2009 until January 3rd of 2010. This is the traveling exhibit from the Burke Museum in Seattle, that will be on tour until December 31st 2011. For more information on when to visit the exhibit visit the museums website here>>

 

 

 

DOCUMENTATION OF THE BAJA PENINSULA
Spring 2009

Baja Photography Expedition: Florian was able to document 6 of the large whale species in the course of 4 months. He shot the marine ecosystem of ocean, rocky coast, islands and inlets from the air, under water and from out the Trimaran "Trust Me" sailboat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

YELLOWSTONE TO YUKON - FREEDOM TO ROAM AT THE FIELD MUSEUM
January - August 2009

After a full season of photographing some of the most remote wild places of the Alaskan Arctic, we are excited to announce the launch of our first blog. Here we would like to share with you more of our experiences in the wild and the work in progress for the ongoing conservation project we have engaged with.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSERVATION PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2008
Winter 2008

The Nature's Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards and the National Wildlife Federation awarded Florian Schulz as the Conservation Photographer of the Year 2008. This award was created to recognize a special individual who has used his or her skills as a nature photographer to implement meaningful and measurable conservation efforts that inform and educate the public about environmental concerns and resolution opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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