All Day Workshop with Neil Ever Osborne

"People, Planet, and Protected Places: A Visual Storytelling Workshop"

Starting at 9am in the Studio Room of the AGB.

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To learn more about Neil Ever Osborne, please visit his site

Visual storytelling uses a series of photos to share a narrative—about a place, a character, or a cause—that people can connect to in a way that gets them to act. Throughout this workshop with Neil Ever Osborne, you will be introduced to the ingredients of effective visual storytelling. Using case studies from his work with international magazines and environmental organizations that explore the intricate link between people and planet, this workshop will demonstrate the use of visual storytelling to create conversations that matter. Whether you’re an entry-level photographer or avid Instagrammer, a committed enthusiast or a professional communicator, this visual storytelling workshop experience is designed to help you tell more effective stories with your images.

A sub-adult Grizzly Bear, Ursus arctos, in Canada’s first and only grizzly sanctuary, the Khutzeymateen Provincial Park or K’tzim-a-deen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary, a haven for the iconic wild animal in Northern British Columbia, Canada.

While returning to the sea after nesting a Green Sea Turtle, Chelonia mydas, rests on a plastic bottle in Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica.