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Storytellers Summit Day 1 | National Geographic ctm magazine



NOTE: Some images included in this presentation may not be appropriate for young or sensitive audiences. Viewer discretion is encouraged.

We’re LIVE at the National Geographic Storytellers Summit as photographer and National Geographic Fellow Erika Larsen discusses her current work with lauded journalist and National Geographic Explorer David Quammen. Erika Larsen’s latest project is a visual journey into ritual and mystery.

Erika’s presentation is followed with talks by Explorers and photographers Anush Babajanyan, Ismael Vásquez, Ronan Donovan, and Malaika Vaz & Jahawi Bertolli.
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About Storytellers Summit
Powerful stories help us understand each other and our world. The National Geographic Storytellers Summit brings together inspirational and influential photographers, writers, filmmakers, illustrators and journalists to celebrate the art of storytelling and its ability to connect us and inspire change.

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Storytellers Summit Day 1 | National Geographic

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