Triumphs, Failures, Embarrassments:
On Assignment with National Geographic
Joel Sartore, photographer for National Geographic since 1990, relates the pressure of bringing back unique images for National Geographic while staying relatively sane on assignment and dealing with flesh-eating parasites. He will share vivid details of his experiences and show how to make the best of the worst situations, from being skunked by subjects to being stung by them. His bottom line is that pictures can make a difference in saving the Earth, and in the long run, that's what it's all about. Joel delivers his message about endangered species and preserving our natural history with a passion that comes from seeing it first-hand in his 14 years on assignment for National Geographic.