Wildlife photographer C.C. Lockwood has lived and worked in fragile ecosystems capturing the unique sense of space in wild places as diverse as Louisiana swampland and the rugged back country of the American West. His work has earned him international acclaim as an environmental artist, including the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award for conservation photography.
His newest book,Louisiana Wild, The Lands Protected and Restored by The Nature Conservancy,portrays the good work this organization is doing on over 280,000 acres of land in our state.C.C. said, “I felt like a kid in a candy store, when I started this project, for I got to visit swamps, lakes, marshes, prairies and oyster reefs form the Arkansas border to the Grand Isle wetlands.”
C.C. Lockwood joined us on campus to sign copies of his newest book.
Author and Episcopal alumnaTeri Hackett also joined us this week to sign copies of her book Cotton Feels Rotten.