A photographer and artist born in Caracas, Antonio graduated in Biology at the Central University of Venezuela and has been present in the Venezuelan art scene since 1987.
He has held many exhibitions around the world and has received numerous awards, including the Green Leaf Award for Artistic Excellence 2008 (Natural World Museum and the UN), and the AICA Critics Award 2011, chapter Venezuela, as senior artist (International Association of Art Critics).
His recent publications include: The weepers. Our last tears, 520 reindeer. Tribute to the Sámi language, Gods of America. Natural Pantheon, among many others.
Renowned Venezuelan journalist, photographer and traveler.
She has participated in several radio and television programs in Venezuela, author of the Venezuelan Extreme Guide with more than 15 thousand copies sold and travel blogger through La Peque Comeflor.
She teaches nature photography at the Photo Art School, taking hundreds of Venezuelan photographers to travel through their country.
She is very active at social networks, but particularly with her Instagram account @arianuchis which has become a window to her photographic sensitivity which has led her to exhibit in Venezuela and other countries.
BA in Social Communication Studies, Audiovisual specialty at the Universidad Católica Andres Bello, CERC Certificate in Conservation Biology from Columbia University and a Master in Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London.
Among the awards received include the Photofusion Hotshoe Award 14 of the Photofusion Magazine, London (2014), Honorable Mention in "Region 0" Video Art Festival, KJCC-NYU, New York (2013), among others.
She has presented many individual and group exhibitions around the world, highlighting A Garden for Beatrix (Cecilia Brunson Projects, London) and its stake at the Loop Festival (Barcelona, 2016), as two of the most recent.
Wildlife biologist, camera trapping specialist, birder and photographer.
She is Swiss of Indian origin. Since her childhood she has been in contact with nature and has been traveling through exotic places.
She studied Biodiversity Conservation and Management at the University of Kent in the UK. She has worked in the forests and wilderness areas of India, Peru, Yemen, Switzerland and the UK. Currently works as a Temporary Marine Officer at the IUCN Global Marine and Polar Programme.
In her blog Wild Journal, she is dedicated to sharing her knowledge and fieldwork experience to inform and inspire her readers.
Scottish photographer. His passion for outdoor photography comes from childhood, where his family's travels through the Highlands of Scotland introduced him the beauty of the country.
What he likes most about photography is the ability to see something beautiful and capture it forever, particularly the images that remind one of time spent in the wild.
His images have been published by VisitScotland, and he has had success in the Scottish Nature Photographic Awards and BBC Children in Need competitions. He has been, for two years, a member on the board of the University of Edinburgh's Photographic Society.
A selection of his better images of Scotland can be found in his website and social networks.
Born in Caracas, he is a journalist and photographer. Degree in Social Communication and Arts at the Central University of Venezuela. Doctor in Latin American Literature at the University of Pittsburgh.
In 1980 he joins the daily El Nacional as editor of the magazine "Seventh-day" and then is part of the founder team of Sunday magazine "Feriado". Currently he is professor of Latin American Literature and Spanish at the University of Ohio, USA.
He has published a series of chronicles and interviews. Among his photographic exhibitions are included: Asphalt: Poetics of the Surface (Gallery Trisolini, Athens, 2009), Own Life (Gallery Backlit, Pamplona, 2005), Re/trato: Mirrors of a Postmodern World (Gallery Adleta, 2005), among others.
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