Large-scale project: Provide support for a photographer or filmmaker to showcase your conservation efforts with a full media gallery.
Rapid Assignment: Engage a Fellow for a rapid visual assessment to provide key imagery of your efforts.
Amplify a specific aspect of your project by sourcing images from iLCP's Visual Library.
Take your event to the next level by engaging an iLCP Fellow as a guest speaker or hosting an exhibition (virtual or in-person) of impactful, compelling visuals.
An Ongoing Battle: Throughout 2018, iLCP partnered with The Wilderness Society and the Alaska Wilderness League and sent 40 photographers, filmmakers, writers, artists, and indigenous leaders on a series in-depth storytelling expeditions into Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to highlight the urgent need to protect this threatened national and natural treasure. View the full expedition here.
A Conservation Win: In 2019, iLCP received funding from BAMA Works (Dave Matthews Band Foundation) for iLCP Senior Fellow Karen Kasmauski to document the environmental and social justice impacts of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline in two Virginia counties. Her resulting documentation was made available to our grassroots partners, Friends of Buckingham County, Friends of Nelson Country, the Allegheny Blue-Ridge Alliance, Appalachian Voices, and the Southern Environmental Law Center. We and our partners are thrilled that later in 2020, plans for the pipeline were cancelled!
An Inspiring Event: In 2018 and again in 2020, iLCP was the official Conservation Photography partner of the biannual Wildscreen Festival. In 2020, the event was virtual for the first time and iLCP curated and produced 9 offerings including a special conversation between Dr. Jane Goodall and Senior Fellow Thomas Mangelsen, moderated by Senior Fellow Sandesh Kadur.
Photo Credits from top of page: Thomas Peschak, Kyle Obermann, Keith Ellenbogen, Kyle Obermann, Peter Mather, Karen Kasmauski