Festival Nature Through her Eyes, VII Academy: Interview of Gail Jenkinson

The Nature: Through Her Eyes festival was a special event with free admission celebrating and highlighting women’s roles in storytelling about nature and the environment, including writers, photographers, filmmakers, as well as camera and sound operators.

The festival was held in Perpignan, France from October 18-21st, 2019 with presenters from the media, literature, academia and research, and legal and commercial worlds. Programming included professional workshops, seminars, film screenings, and mentoring, and these videos offer a glimpse into the 4 days of exciting events.

The UPVD was a partner of the event.

Gail Jenkinson is a Director of Photography working in natural history, documentary and specialist factual. Filming on land, sea and air she has been fortunate enough to film in all seven continents. She is HSE qualified for filming underwater and is a specialist at working on boats, making her highly experienced at shooting aboard sea fairing vessels. These range from the high tech MV Alucia in the open ocean, to small catamaran’s bobbing upon fast moving rivers. She has visas allowing her to work in the US permanently as well as in her native UK. Gail is often employed in remote, challenging and sometimes hostile environments. Recent credits include, BBC’s Blue Planet 2, Dianne Fossey – Secrets in the Mist for National Geographic and Discovery’s Gold Rush White Water.

Learn more about the festival at: http://www.naturethroughhereyes.com.

Find more about Gail Jenkinson at: http:// https://www.gailjenkinson.co.uk/

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Bénédicte Meillon (2020, 6 janvier). Festival Nature Through her Eyes, VII Academy: Interview of Gail Jenkinson. Écopoétique. Consulté le 20 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o0xi

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