David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes are a National Geographic Photographic team whose assignments have taken them from the warm equatorial waters to both poles. David, often called the Audubon of the sea, is the most prolific living photographer at National Geographic. Jennifer is marine biologist turned journalist, documenting the science of the sea. Together they have descended beneath Africa’s dark waters to swim with elephants and Nile crocodiles, explored the world of sharks, descended beneath icebergs and documented coral kingdoms around the globe. They travel the world but their favorite place on the planet is home in the Thousand Islands.
David and Jennifer invite you to join them on a visual journey beneath the sea from the equator to the poles. Submerge into Cuba’s Gardens of the Queen, a time capsule in the Caribbean where reefs teem with life and crocodiles patrol dense mangroves. Glide beneath Arctic and Antarctic icebergs and experience life in ice and meet the creatures that live there. They look forward to sharing the stories beneath the National Geographic stories.
This presentation will be on Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14, 2018.
Location: Clayton, NY - 403 Riverside Drive
Contact: Julie Garnsey