SharkTalks – David Doubilet – “Photography: The Language of Conservation”
David Doubilet, one of the pioneers of modern underwater photography and the most well known in the profession, held the first talk out of eight in an interdisciplinary symposium on shark and marine conservation, organized by the Shark Stanley team from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental studies, last February 15th. This SharkTalk title was “Photography: The Language of Conservation”
Doubilet is official photographer for of the National Geographic Magazine but is also contributing to several other publications and is an author of twelve image books. David believes photography is a language that creates a visual voice for the oceans and connects us to the beauty and silent devastation happening within the invisible world below.