Isabelle Groc is available to lead multimedia presentations. She has given numerous presentations to audiences that include: elementary and secondary schools in the Lower Mainland, Science World, the SaltSpring Photo Club, the Explorers’ Club, and more. Her presentations topics have focused on British Columbia’s species at risk, narwhal in a changing climate, advancing conservation with photography, and the power of storytelling tools. Her presentations may be tailored, or centered around certain topics.
Isabelle has also led humpback whale photography expeditions in Haida Gwaii, British Columbia to teach participants marine mammal photography techniques in the field.
She is also available to teach nature photography workshops for children and youth in schools and to collaborate with groups to develop visual exhibitions that deliver compelling educational and conservation messages. For example she has worked with the Stanley Park Ecology Society to create a photography exhibit to celebrate great blue herons in Vancouver.
For more information or to book Isabelle as a speaker, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Your presentation and photos were outstanding. You gave everyone inspiration to be patient. Your work truly is helping to save wildlife and the planet.”
“Isabelle is a born speaker and her energy and talent are inspiring. And her photography is simply amazing!!! Her presentation this week was perhaps the best I’ve ever seen on wildlife issues.”