Arctic Science Storytelling Webinar with Filmmaker Michael Snyder
Event Type: Webinars and Virtual Events
When: 24 June 2020
Where: Online: 10:00-11:30 am AKDT, 2:00-3:30 pm EDT
Great stories can change the world, and you have one to tell! Join the Migration in Harmony NSF-Research Coordination Network and our collaborator, award-winning filmmaker Mike Snyder, in this virtual workshop to learn how you should think about your research topics and expereinces in the context of a story, how to develop photographer and videographer partnerships, and how to pitch your work to different outlets.
Michael O. Snyder is a photographer, filmmaker, and environmental scientist who uses his combined knowledge of visual storytelling and conservation to create narratives that connect people to the other-than-human-world and drive social change. As founder of Interdependent Pictures, he has directed films in the Arctic and his Arctic science storytelling has been featured in National Geographic.
Migration In Harmony is an international, cross-disciplinary network of Arctic migration researchers funded by the National Science Foundation.