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Ocean Soul | Photographer Brian Skerry dives deep

Brian Skerry, a National Geographic Photography Fellow and renowned underwater photographer pays homage to the mystery and beauty of the sea in “Ocean Soul,” 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28 at the Alberta Bair Theater in Billings. Presented in tandem with National Geographic Live, National Geographic’s touring speaker series, this marks the first of three speakers in the 2021-22 season.
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PI 100: SHARKS on assignment with Brian Skerry

When you think about the natural beauty of Presque Isle State Park and the animals that live there, there is probably not a lot of talk about one group of animals. No one ever mentions sharks, but that could soon be changing with a new exhibit at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center. The new exhibit is coming to the second floor of the TREC.
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Brian Skerry showcases life under the sea in new documentary

A new book and documentary features the photography and adventures of Brian Skerry, who has been diving to document life under the sea for more than four decades. The documentary was executive produced by James Cameron and voiced by Sigourney Weaver. Skerry's latest project is his most ambitious to date.
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Brian Skerry, "Secrets of the Whales"

On this edition of Conversations, Brian Skerry talks with host Dan Skinner about his latest book with National Geographic, “Secrets of the Whales.” Skerry is a visual storyteller specializing in ocean wildlife and underwater realms. Since 1998, he has been a contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine. He is the author of 12 books including “Ocean Soul” and “SHARK.”
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Secrets Of The Whales: Photographer Brian Skerry Documents Nature's Giants

They are giants who live their whole lives underwater. In many ways, a whale’s life is completely alien to the human experience. Yet these ocean giants share some surprising similarities with us. This hour, we talk with National Geographic underwater photographer Brian Skerry. His newest cover story for the magazine...
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The Ocean Evangelist | Underwater Photographer Brian Skerry

In capturing the drama and beauty of sea life, Maine underwater photographer Brian Skerry hopes his extraordinary images can help save the future. Brian Skerry has come home. Having traveled to the most remote oceans on earth during the three decades he’s spent working for National Geographic, the world’s foremost underwater photographer now finds himself exploring where destiny seems to have led: the frigid depths of his native New England sea.
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