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Manfrotto School of Xcellence (MSoX) has announced a new webinar,“Cold Places – From the North Pole, to the Antarctic, and in between” by renowned expedition photographer Sue Flood. Taking place from 4pm - 5pm BST on 7 May 2013 the webinar is completely free and provides a behind-the-scenes peek at Sue's adventures as an expedition photographer working on Planet Earth and The Blue Planet. For more details and to register, visit the website below.
Website: MSoX: Cold Places
Manfrotto Press Release
Sue Flood presents:
COLD PLACES – FROM THE NORTH POLE, TO THE ANTARCTIC, AND IN BETWEEN!
in a new FREE WEBINAR hosted by MSoX
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
From 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM BST (British Summer Time)
London, 20th April 2013 – Manfrotto School of Xcellence, the educational platform by the world leader in the equipment and accessories industry for photography and imaging, presents the webinar “Cold Places – From the North Pole, to the Antarctic, and in between” by renowned expedition photographer Sue Flood.
During this free online webinar, Sue will share a behind-the-scenes peek at her adventures as an expedition photographer, both above and below the water, working on Planet Earth and The Blue Planet.
The webinar is free and open to all. For more details and to register:
Sue Flood is an award-winning professional wildlife photographer, filmmaker and author, who spent 11 years with the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol, fulfilling a lifelong ambition to work with her childhood (and adult) hero, Sir David Attenborough. Sue was Assistant Producer on The Blue Planet and field assistant and photographer on Planet Earth, as well as the Disneynature movie Earth. She also produced a number of BBC wildlife documentaries on killer whales, polar bears and the Inuit of the Canadian high Arctic, before leaving BBC in 2005 to concentrate on her photography full-time. She is represented by Getty Images.
Sue’s adventures have taken her from camping at -40°C with Inuit hunters in the Arctic, to working on Russian icebreakers on trips to the North Pole, and swimming with leopard seals in the Antarctic, as well as destinations such as Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific. Her first book, Cold Places was recognized in the International Photography Awards 2011 and was the inspiration for her first solo exhibition at the Getty Gallery, sponsored by Canon.
Photo: Sue Flood