First National Geographic photo exhibition at S.E.A. Aquarium features Brian Skerry

As part of our World Oceans Day celebrations, S.E.A. Aquarium is hosting our first National Geographic Photo Exhibition. Comprising a series of four exhibitions, it will showcase the stunning work of National Geographic’s esteemed photographers. Kicking off the exhibition is world renowned underwater photographer Brian Skerry.

Brian Skerry
Brian Skerry, Photography Fellow and Contributing Photographer at National Geographic. Image source

A photojournalist specialising in marine wildlife and underwater environments, Brian has been an assignment photographer for National Geographic Magazine since 1998, covering a range of subjects and stories. He has also worked on assignment for or had images featured in magazines such as Sports Illustrated, US News and World Report, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Smithsonian, Esquire, Audubon, and Men’s Journal.

Titled Ocean Soul, the exhibition showcases photographs from his¬†fall 2011¬†monograph of the same name – a collection of his favourites from the last 20 years, and the stories behind them. Here’s a glimpse of what to expect:

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A harp seal pup about 18 days old dives through the pack ice, an underwater landscape of rolling peaks and valleys. Harp seals routinely go five minutes without surfacing and can stay down for more than 15 minutes. Canada, 2008
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Southern Right Whale. New Zealand, 2007
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Yellow goby. Japan, 2008
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Thresher shark in gill net. Mexico, 2005
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Sea pens. New Zealand, 2006

National Geographic Photo Exhibition – Ocean Soul part 1

27 May – 31 July 2017

Venue: S.E.A. Aquarium (near the exit, before the tunnel leading to Shipwreck Habitat)
Time: 10am – 7pm daily
Admission: Free

Stay tuned for information on Ocean Soul part 2 where you will get to see more of Brian’s spectacular shots.

This exhibition is organized by National Geographic Society, by which all rights are reserved.

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