Charles Post: Ecologist and Photographer
Charles Post is an ecologist, storyteller, and filmmaker. He uses the power of the image and storytelling to spark environmental discussions, but especially to arouse our interest and foster our knowledge of nature. Discover how images have the capacity to bring about change and shed light on issues of concern.
Charles Post is an Explorers Club fellow, co-founder of The Nature Project, ecologist, storyteller, award winning filmmaker drawn to stories anchored to the confluence of society’s relationship with wild and rapidly changing natural environments. Through a hybrid approach, he deftly combines science, conservation, and storytelling: exploring culture with documentaries like Foothills: The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding for Patagonia, birds of prey with Sky Migrations for REI, or films that investigate environmental injustice (such as celebrated documentary Island Earth), and wildlife stories for National Geographic . . . Charles makes good use of his talent to help us rethink our relationship to nature. One of the projects he most excited about is a conservation themed children’s book with his wife, artist, Rachel Pohl.
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