Gary Braasch has photographed and written on environmental issues worldwide as an assignment photojournalist for magazines including Smithsonian, Audubon, Scientific American, Natural History and Time/Life. His latest work appeared on the cover and inside spread of the NY Times Magazine in January 2015. Gary is a Nikon “Legend” and recipient of the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography and holds a masters degree in Journalism from Northwestern University. Recent assignments and projects have taken Gary from Antarctica to the Peruvian Amazon, the South Pacific Ocean and the Himalayas. His master work on Climate Change is Earth Under Fire: How Global Warming is Changing the World, and he has an App about climate change for the iPad and iPhone.
From one of Gary's students:
"It was an important experience to work with Gary Braasch"
— Brian Bonometh, Zurich, Switzerland