Event: Benjamin Clock – Beautiful Imagery
Date: Wednesday March 25, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm Registration & Social
7:30 pm Program Starts
Location: Live Oak Hall, Lake House, Seabrook Island, SC
Cost: Free for members; $5 for guests
Beautiful imagery… a powerful tool to educate, inspire, & change the conservation of birds & habitat!
Join SIB at the Lake House for an up close and personal informative evening with Benjamin Clock, a field biologist, nature photographer & videographer, who has a passion for documenting the wonders of wildlife & their habitats to help conserve wild places. Benjamin will share his worldwide adventures & stunning images, plus highlight his work to protect Red Knots that feed & rest on SC beaches on their long spring migration from South America to the Arctic.
Don’t delay and sign up today by completing this easy sign up form in order to help us plan for the number of chairs, snacks and wine.
If you are not already a member of SIB, you may join at the door for $10 or come as a guest for $5.
Benjamin Clock is a field biologist, nature photographer, videographer and audio recordist with a passion for documenting organisms and their habitats in effort to help conserve wild places. He believes that beautiful imagery of nature can be a powerful tool to educate, inspire and make a positive change for conservation of habitat and biodiversity. Ben worked for 14 years as Videographer and Assistant Curator at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Macaulay Library of Natural Sound and Video. His work takes him all over the world in search of birds to film and photograph. He has been a passionate naturalist and birdwatcher since the age of ten. He is currently working on a short film documenting the importance of the beachfront and marsh of South Carolina’s coast as a Spring stopover for Red Knot on their migration between southern South America and the Arctic. To view some of his work, visit http://www.benjaminclock.com