To the Arctic
Wildlife photographer Florian Schulz reveals an Arctic landscape that is teeming with life in every season of the year. He documents the lives of animals that are uniquely adapted to this harsh environment, while also capturing expansive aerial images of the summer tundra.
About florian Schulz
Florian Schulz is a professional nature photographer who had dedicated his life to capturing inspiring images of wildlife. His photographs have appeared in international publications, including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, and GEO. A native of Germany, Schulz spends eight to ten months a year in the field. He is the youngest founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and has won numerous awards, including Environmental Photographer of the Year and Conservation Photographer of the Year. Visit Florian’s site.
This is the official companion book to the film “To The Arctic,” a coproduction of MacGillivray Freeman Films, Warner Bros., and IMAX, which played through 2013.
Florian Schulz presented to audiences nationwide throughout the spring of 2012, in partnership with MacGillivray Freeman Films and the Alaska Wilderness League, culminating in one million signatures delivered to President Obama opposing drilling in the Arctic.
- 10 television stories, 13 radio stories, 22 print articles, 4 international outlets, 26 online media outlets
- Print outlets included National Geographic, The Oregonian, Alaska Airlines Magazine, and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Dr. Sylvia Earle