The Living Marsh
In William Douglas King’s presentation, The Living Marsh, we learn how The Salt Marsh Nature Center in Brooklyn’s Marine Park became a diverse habitat, an ecological restoration project that has reclaimed nature’s ecosystem. Through his photography, William captures numerous animals, waterfowl, waders and shorebirds living in the Salt Marsh all year round.
William Douglas King is an award-winning exhibiting photographer and photo-illustrator with significant expertise in studio lighting, commercial photography and compositing. He has worked as a commercial photographer since the 1970’s. His creative works include his long-term documentary project, “The Living Marsh” and “Give Peace a Chance”, a submission to the Capture Your Freedom exhibition at the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy on Roosevelt Island. William’s most recent awards include the American Society of Media Photographers, Rangefinder magazine, 13th & 14th International Color Awards, and the 14th & 15th Annual Black & White Spider Awards.
Welcome to our 2nd Hybrid meeting of the season!
We hope you will join us and speaker, documentary photographer William Douglas King, in person at the Metropolitan Opera Guild, our usual meeting place. Spend an evening catching up with your friends and talking with our speaker. After the meeting, come join William and our group for dinner at our favorite gathering place, Old John’s, just a few blocks away!
The Metropolitan Opera Guild at Lincoln Center is located at 165 West 65 Street, the 6th floor of the Samuel B. and David Rose Building at Lincoln Center. The address is 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, located on the northside of West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam, closer to Amsterdam.
We will adhere to the Opera Guild’s COVID protocols. Masks are required when entering the building and in the elevator, but are optional in the meeting room.
Those joining by Zoom will receive a Zoom link.