All members in good standing are welcome.
At the AGB in the Studio Room.
George is an explorer/photographer/storm chaser/& TV presenter who is known globally as a expert who specializes in documenting extreme forces of nature and natural disasters. For over 20 years he has been on the scene during Mother Nature’s worst temper tantrums, including tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, floods, and any other extreme you can imagine. His adventures have taken him to 75+ countries, across all seven continents to places such as Madagascar, North Korea, The Congo, Vanuatu, Antarctica, Venezuela, Greenland, and Siberia.
He is an explorer-in-residence with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, a National Geographic Society expedition leader, and the chairman of The Explorers Club Canadian Chapter. George has given several international TEDx talks and has addressed the United Nations Environmental Emergencies Forum. George regularly appears on television, commenting on weather events and disasters, and has hosted 49 episodes his own TV series “Angry Planet”, which aired globally on numerous networks.
A Why and How evening on Food Photography hosted by Marguerite Botting and Gail Burstyn
Intake deadline for Evaluation #3
Optional Theme - Isolation
For general submission requirements, see the Evaluation Requirements under the Evaluations tab of this website.
Coordinator: Toni Browning
An evening devoted to meeting new members and masters, and seeing samples of their work.
On behalf of Latow’s Program Committee, we invite new members and Masters to participate in a New Members’ and Masters Evening on Tuesday, February 16. It is an opportunity to get to know them better, to see some of their photography and learn about their interests. Time will be limited to 8 minutes, but sufficient, we think for us to see a sample of work: favourite subjects, new directions, challenges, whatever a New Member wants to share.
The evening will be co-hosted by Marguerite Botting, Wanda Lane and Joyce Munro. We will handle introductions, moderate discussion and keep an eye on the clock.