National Geographic photographer scoops to open a NY art gallery to educate people on oceans, conservation and how we can do better.
Paul Nicklen, a globally acclaimed, Canadian-born photographer and marine biologist, has been documenting both the beauty and the plight of our planet’s polar regions and our world’s oceans for over twenty years.
As an assignment photographer for National Geographic Magazine, he has been able to capture the imagination of a global audience. His personal mission is to use his images, which are often highly emotional, evocative, and very beautiful, to ignite a conversation about the future of our planet’s natural wonders and to inspire action. Paul is the recipient of more than thirty international awards, including the Natural Resources Defense Council’s BioGems Visionary Award. As a founder and contributing photographer to SeaLegacy, he plans on dedicating his efforts to shining a light on the issues, species, and ecosystems he so deeply cares about.
Check his today’s Instagram: “Would you like to work with me? Help us launch a fine art photography gallery in SOHO, New York City. Hiring immediately!! Candidates should have 5-10 years experience in gallery sales in NYC + a passion for conservation. This is about sales but it’s just as much about educating people about the oceans, conservation and how we can do better. Bring deep experience, deeper passion, and a long list of art collectors you work with regularly. We want to make an impact and we need you. …”
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