International League of Conservation Photographers

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Mission Statement

To support environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography and filmmaking.

Description

The International League of Conservation Photographers is a U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to support environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography and filmmaking. Founded in 2005, our programs are built on the participation and contributions of our Fellows, an elite group of the world’s top wildlife, nature and culture photographers who, in addition to displaying remarkable photographic skills, have each demonstrated a deep commitment to conservation efforts around the globe. Our Fellowship is a dynamic, collaborative, and supportive community that aims to influence all photographers and users of imagery to adopt the best and most sustainable practices with regards to the creation and use of visual media.

Acceptance to the Fellowship is by application only and is granted to individuals who have a proven commitment to conservation action, superior photographic skills, and the highest ethical standards. Fellows actively work with and within iLCP to promote the organization, further the agenda of a wide variety of conservation issues, and collaborate with other photographers and organizations in order to encourage people to take action in support of tangible and meaningful conservation measures. As the world’s leading organization of its type, iLCP actively advocates on behalf of the Fellows, our partner organizations, and the general professional wildlife and nature photography community on issues of common interest.

Program Details

iLCP looks forward to presenting Wild About Conservation at WildSpeak West in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Join us for an evening of incredible tales, stunning imagery, and conservation stories from iLCP award-winning photographers and filmmakers. This event is open to the public and will include a number of speakers from iLCP and a moderated panel with audience Q&A. iLCP Fellows are the world’s best conservation photographers and filmmakers who use storytelling to further environmental and cultural conservation. During this event they will speak on the perseverance, passion and patience required for their projects. This is an evening you won’t want to miss!

The event is happening on Friday, September 20, 2019 from 7:00PM – 9:00PM at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, WY.
For more on iLCP's Expeditions, please check out our story maps here!
Primary Issue
Climate Change
Secondary Issue
Wildlife
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4600 North Fairfax Dr. 2nd Floor
Arlington, VA 22203
United States
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