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Our weekly audio podcast We Are Photographers brings you true stories from behind the lens and behind the lives of your favorite photographers, filmmakers, and creative industry game-changers. From their struggles to their wins, host Kenna Klosterman discovers the real human stories about why they do what they do.
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
In this episode, we talk about Roger’s current focus on the transformative power of water and ice and the impact of climate change on our natural landscapes. He takes us to the skies in helicopters circumnavigating Greenland and Iceland, filming and photographing the evolution of earth's icebergs and waterways. Learn how his beautiful work is also being used to aid climate research by scientists from MIT, Columbia, Brown, and UCLA. Get a new perspective through Roger’s soulful and poetic stories.
Roger Fishman is a world-renowned aerial and wildlife photographer, filmmaker, adventurer, and activist. In pursuit of his mission to document the intersection of art, science, and climate change, Roger has literally traveled to the ends of the earth. He’s braved whiteouts and negative 40-degree temperatures to camp with penguins in Antarctica, sailed through the infamous Drake Passage twice, crawled toward a mother cheetah and her cubs in Kenya, and waded in rushing rivers with grizzly bears in Alaska.