11/7: What Lies Ahead - Amy Gulick and Jim MartinPOSTPONED: This event has been postponed to a date TBD in 2009. We will repost this item when we have a new date.
What Lies Ahead
An Evening with Award Winning Conservation Photographers Amy Gulick and Jim Martin
November 7 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The Burke Museum, University of Washington
Braided River, the people who brought you The Last Polar Bear, Arctic Wings, Yellowstone to Yukon: Freedom to Roam, Living with Wolves and Seasons of Life and Land, invites you and your friends to enjoy a beverage and appetizers and join in an intimate and interactive discussion with award-winning wilderness photographers, Amy Gulick and Jim Martin.
With help from moderator Ellen Ferguson of The Burke Museum, Amy and Jim will provide an exclusive preview of their upcoming work in Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska?s Tongass Rainforest, and Planet Ice.
Tom Campion,Campion Foundation, will discuss the importance of supporting this ongoing work.
Find out how Braided River is using iconic images and heroic stories from these breathtakingly beautiful photographic journeys to inspire a new and hopeful conversation about wilderness preservation, climate change and other matters of importance to our national legacy.