Due to public health concerns, the National Geographic Live: Photography Without Borders event has been canceled. We will continue to monitor the evolving situation and keep the public updated regarding future events. We apologize for the inconvenience!
After a career covering all of the weird and wonderful facets of humanity in more than 100 countries, Annie Griffiths is excited to come speak about how she has turned her creative energies toward supporting programs that empower women and children in the developing world.
One of National Geographic’s most celebrated photographers, Griffiths shares images and stories from the globetrotting career that has taken her from Bedouin campfires to Argentinian horse whisperers.
In the English countryside, celebrated photographer Griffiths produced a witty story on the Calder Valley Mouse Club showing the art of staging a beauty pageant for rodents. In Namibia, she spent time with a tribe surviving in the Kalahari Desert despite seven years of drought. But after a career covering facets of humanity around the globe, she has turned her creative energies toward supporting programs that empower women and children in the developing world.
National Geographic Live is a night of exploration through film, photography and discussion with acclaimed National Geographic photographers. Experience nature through the eyes, lenses and words of the researchers, scientists and storytellers that have made National Geographic an icon of global media.
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National Geographic Live: Photography Without Borders at the Phillips Center in Gainesville is presented in partnership with the Florida Museum.
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