Date(s) - Tuesday, February 11, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Join Dr. Ron Goodlin and a team of photographer explorers for an exciting and fast paced evening of stories, education and fantastic images and videos of their adventures to Antarctica…..See amazing video and still images that will make you feel that you are there with Humpback whales, Penguins and up close and personal with the dangerous leopard seals! Learn about how to get these fantastic wildlife images and how you too can improve your photography and shoot with a purpose.
Dr. Ron Goodlin is a well known conservation-wildlife photographer from Thornhill Ontario Canada. Working with organizations such as Nikon Canada, WWF, Oceanites, One Ocean Expeditions, David Suzuki Foundation and “Now You Know” animal rights podcasts, he has spent much of his time travelling the world to photograph wildlife that is in danger of extinction from the perils of mankind.
“My photographic vision is to create natural but artistic images that will be engaging, and appeal to the general public, thus helping to bring the story of these endangered animals and perils to our natural landscape, to the forefront, creating awareness of the effects of climate change, pollution, urban sprawl, poaching and industrialization.”
Ron hopes to institute a positive change to our world through his photography.
Ron has won many photographic awards, has had several one man and group shows, has authored several photo books (available on Blurb.com) and is an active and sought after tour leader and speaker on Wildlife photography and nature conservancy. He is an active member of the Richmond Hill Camera Club, and is an accredited OCCC and CAPA photography Judge.
You can see his work at www.rgphotoart.com.
Ron will be joined by Mark Girard, Maggie Reid and TDPC member Ed Orendorff who were with him on his latest Antarctica Adventure!