This is Peter Mather.
Peter is a conservation photographer, Summit Instructor, and Associate Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP).
Peter has been deeply involved in conservation photography in Northern Canada for the past 10 years. Peter specializes in working with First Nations people on conservation projects on their traditional lands, celebrating their unique cultures and tying together stories of people, wildlife and landscapes.
Peter’s photography is a cross between photojournalism and fine art. His goal is to inspire people to explore outdoors and to protect and preserve our wildlife and our wildlands.
Peter was in the field, working on a story on ice bears.
When he came across something else...
Peter came up with a storytelling plan.
He wasn’t sure it would work, but he decided to give it a shot. He also came up with a backup plan that would help him tell the story.
He arrived at the location!
interested in learning more about Peter's storytelling methods?
Join us for Peter’s upcoming Summit Online Workshop: Your Photo Project: From Planning to Publication and Everything in Between.
Peter will walk you through long-form narrative storytelling, creative techniques to visually share your story, and the business of funding & sharing your story. He will also give individual feedback on your project and help you take the next steps on your journey.
Through case studies of outstanding storytelling and personal experiences, Peter will help you walk away with the tools and understanding of storytelling for long-term projects.