Paul Receives International Conservation Photography AwardPaul’s photo of a sunlit Snowy Owl in flight has won the Canon Award in the International Conservation Photography Awards. The Canon Award winner, selected by photographer Art Wolfe from among thousands of entries from around the world, is the photo that best exemplifies the mission of the ICP Awards – “an event for the advancement of photography as a unique medium capable of bringing awareness and preservation to our environment through art.”
- Interview, Award Winning Photo and Video.
- Some press at The Seattle Times.
- Hear an interview on KUOW. (starts about 24:35 in)
Paul Bannick Wins Audubon Magazine Photography AwardWith his winsome photo of a Northern Pygmy-Owl gazing from its snug cavity in an aspen tree, Paul finished first among professional photographers in the category of Birds and Their Habitat. Paul’s winning photo was selected from among thousands submitted from across the world. See Paul’s photo, and other winners, here.
- Listen: Traveling Exhibit Interview KUOW, Seattle NPR Station (segment starts at 15:10).
- KUOW names Paul in their “Three Green Thinkers” of 2011.
- Searching for Owls in the field with King 5: King 5 News (television interview)
Owl, A Year in the Lives of North American Owls: King 5 New Day (television interview)
- Watch on NBC: Paul Bannick and Snowy Owls on NBC Nightly News
- Watch on NBC: Web Extra with Paul Bannick
Evening Magazine InterviewAn Evening Magazine interview with Paul Bannick about The Owl and the Woodpecker exhibit at the Burke Museum.
- The Seattle Times
- Bannick and snowy owls on Seattle Times front page.
- The Seattle PI
- Crosscut interview on owls, their place in the human imagination, and this winter’s irruption of snowies
- Read: reviews of the exhibit in and on Crosscut.com.
More Press for Paul
- Watch: Paul Bannick speaking at the opening of The Owl and the Woodpecker exhibit at the Burke Museum.