Wildlife Photographer for the National Geographic
The Frans Lanting keynotes give a voice to the animal kingdom and encourage audiences to find a way to connect to the creatures around them. Throughout his career as a photographer, Lanting has learned how to relate to animals on a personal note and capture some of the most exclusive images of species in their natural habitat.
Frans Lanting is a world-renown photographer from the Netherlands that shoots wildlife and landscapes for National Geographic. He spends most of his time immersing himself in ecosystems all around the world in remote areas in Africa, Europe and the Antarctic. Lanting's breathtaking photographs often appear in galley exhibits including the critically acclaimed image series titled, 'Life: A Journey Through Time.'
The Frans Lanting keynotes advocate for protecting animals and appreciating them as equals.