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Spokane gone WILD!


It was WILD this last Wednesday night in Spokane. If you went you know how brilliant this series is. If you haven’t been, I highly recommend you experience the National Geographic Live! series. These are thought-provoking presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, and photographers. Seriously fascinating and very entertaining. You get to live vicariously through the stories and pictures of globe trotting photogs discovering the planet. If you missed this, you truly missed out. But here’s you opportunity to make a better decision and catch the next ones. https://events.nationalgeographic.com/locations/city/spokane

REVIEW: This week’s National Geographic LIVE! featured photographer and filmmaker Bertie Gregory who specializes in the intimate photography of animals in their natural environment. His excitement about his “work” was infectious as told stories of how he secured his dream career as a 20 year-old. He’s now 24 and a entertaining and eloquent speaker. An impressive young man passionately chasing his dreams and making them happen. His Mama must be so proud. 

Whether he’s working on a frigid Vancouver beach or in the streets of London, Bertie’s work thrives in the spaces where nature and humanity coexist. Experience the close-up footage of a leopard stalking through Mumbai and evocative portraits of Vancouver’s elusive coastal wolf as Bertie shared the experience of capturing what binds animals and humans together in a live presentation at the INB Performing Arts Center
The inspiring series is presented by WestCoast Entertainment in partnership with STCU #StayCuriousSpokane #MakeMineLIVE



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