The Art of Visual Storytelling
Visual storytelling is a powerful, universal language that transcends all barriers. Join National Geographic Fellow & filmmaker Sandesh Kadur as he explores uncharted realms that host fascinating inhabitants. In his talk, Kadur reveals the artistry behind the use of visual imagery as a storytelling tool. Covering topics such as conception & creative development, technological aspects & precise execution, Kadur provides a comprehensive insight into the intricate process of storytelling. Through this journey he hopes to harness the compelling power of imagery to foster a renewed passion for preserving earth’s last remaining wild spaces.
- Duration: 40 min
Award-winning filmmaker and National Geographic Fellow, Sandesh Kadur, is renowned for his impactful documentary films aired on major networks like National Geographic, BBC, Netflix, Discovery Channel, and Animal Planet. His notable works include the National Geographic docuseries ‘Wild Cats of India’ and ‘India’s Wild Leopards,’ as well as contributions to ‘Our Planet’ and BBC’s ‘Planet Earth II.’ Winner of prestigious awards, including a 2017 EMMY nomination and a 2017 BAFTA Award, Sandesh is dedicated to conservation through his role as a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. His expertise, showcased through Felis Creations, a natural history production house in Bangalore, India, reflects his commitment to using photography as a powerful message for wildlife conservation.