All posts tagged National Geographic

Jacky Poon, producer-cinematographer of “Pandas: Born to be Wild”

Jacky Poon—filmmaker-producer-cinematographer of “Pandas: Born to be Wild,” a new documentary in PBS’ “Nature”—recounts that he did not have a particular passion for animals or wildlife while growing up in China, but those interests were spurred after he moved to the UK at 12 years old. Read more…

Natasha Daly, author of National Geographic story “The Hidden Cost of Wildlife Tourism”

Natasha Daly—a staff writer for the National Geographic, where she wrote the June cover story, “The Hidden Cost of Wildlife Tourism”—addresses her role as the magazine’s “wildlife crime reporter,” how she landed on that beat, and what sort of stories she’s written in that capacity. Read more…

James Terry, about Mega Pet Adoption Event; Photographer Laurie Wolf, about Viral Photo

James Terry—Hernando County Animal Services Manager and one of the organizers of the Mega Pet Adoption Event, to be held May 17-19 at the Hernando County Fairgrounds, offering upwards of 700 dogs and cats—explains how the idea for the extravaganza came together: Read more…

Robert Clark, photographer extraordinaire

Robert Clark—an award-winning photographer for National Geographic and other major magazines, who’s just published a book, “Feathers: Displays of Brilliant Plumage”—recounts key milestones of his career, including starting to shoot as a young kid, later winding up as a staff photographer Read more…

Michael Paterniti, author of “Hero Dogs: A Soldier’s Best Friend”

Michael Paterniti—the New York Times bestselling author of “The Telling Room” and journalist who’s written for such publications as Harpers, Esquire and GQ (where he works as a correspondent)—discusses “Hero Dogs: A Soldier’s Best Friend,” the cover story he wrote for the June issue of National Geographic. Read more…