Daniel de Granville, Brazilian photojournalist and guide, will present slides of Brazil's Pantanal: Flora, Fauna and People at Lees-McRae College June 24. The presentation will be held in King-Shivell Gallery in the Cannon Student Center from 7-8 p.m.
Following his lecture and slide presentation, twenty of his photographs will be on display and refreshments will be served from 8-8:30. The Granville Pantanal Exhibit will be on display in the King-Shivell Gallery Monday, June 23-Friday, June 27.
Daniel De Granville, biologist, nature photographer, guide and naturalist, is completing graduate work in Science Journalism. For 13 years he lived and guided in the Pantanal region; now he lives near the mountains in the Atlantic Rainforest. Photographs of Granville's have been published by the National Geographic Society and Conservation International. In addition to presentations in Brazil, he was invited to exhibit in Germany by the Munich Cultural Department. His work can be seen at www.photoinnatura.com and www.fotogramabits.blogspot.com.
"Lees-McRae College is thrilled to have Daniel de Granville showcasing his talents. His exhibit will be a great addition to our summer programs," said Associate Director of Communications Meghan Wright.
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