With a distinctively ambient aesthetic, Michaela Skovranova has photographed the Great Barrier Reef for National Geographic, documented the Black Summer bushfires for TIME, and created a film about waters around Antarctica that launched at TEDx Sydney.
She has documented humpback whale migrations in the Pacific and the dwindling populations of Grey Nurse sharks along the east coast of Australia. In all her work, Michaela has immersed herself in capturing intimate environmental and human stories.
Enjoy a drink and canapes on arrival before Michaela and the AM’s Climate Change Solutions Centre curator, Dr Jenny Newell, discuss bearing witness to Earth’s most magnificent environments, observing their changes and finding ways to champion their survival.
Following the talk, explore the AM’s Sharks exhibition where a dedicated Shark scientist will share their research and be on hand to answer your questions.