Category: Blog Post
Guest Blog written by 2017 Environmental Visual Communication student Fenella Hood
Knife in hand and knee-deep in rotting blubber, Jacqueline Miller is about to do something that has never been done before: carve out a blue whale's heart for preservation. Enveloped in its stench and racing against decay, she cuts deep into the tissue beneath, sure in her knowledge of anatomy but ever wondering: Will this even work? Read on to learn more about one of the team members...
Join Neil Ever Osborne, photographer-in-residence with Canadian Geographic, for a captivating look at using conservation photography and film-making to convey the relationship between people and the planet.