Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Cristina s the guest on Kojo Nnamdi Show

Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier is the guest on the on The Kojo Nnamdi Show! Today October 21st at 10:00 am PST. She'll be discussing Ethics in Wildlife Photography and Documentaries!

Check it out

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

PHOTO PLUS_October 28, 2010

Join Cristina Mittermeier for her presentation, "Avatar, the struggles of indigenous people in a modern world" at PHOTO PLUS

October 28, 2010
Jacob Javitz Center, NYC

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

a brief interview with a conservation Photographer

David Duncan Photography a multimedia production studio presents The Keynote Series, a collection of shot video interviews with photographers that were the keynote speakers of Click 646 in 2009. Check out and

Cristina talks about the photo below as her most recent favorite image that she has made.

Cristina mentions her work in the Amazon with the Kayapo. More here

Cristina is now on assignment in the Great Bear Rainforest - stay tuned for dispatches from the field and her next conservation storytelling posts.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Speaking at Cavallo Point Jan. 2010

Cristina is featured in this lovely article:

Our Hidden Wealth

Photographers and scientists bring eco-services into focus

By Juliane Poirier

iMAGE:Cristina is speaking at Cavallo Point: The Lodge at the Golden Gate; Fort Baker, San Francisco Bay as part of the Conservation International speakers series Conversations with Eco-Innovators.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Cristina is Speaking at the Houston ZOO March 25th 2010

Cristina is Speaking at the Houston ZOO March 25th 2010 about the importance of using breathtaking imagery as a tool for conservation. Check it out here.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Jagua: A Journey into Body Art from the Amazon

"The newest book by author Carine Fabius, creator of the Earth Jagua all-natural black temporary tattoo kit. Written in a breezy, engaging style, the story takes readers on a journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle, where the jagua fruit grows. Inside you will find:
  • 40 pages of gorgeous color photographs, including contributions by noted documentary photographer and travel writer Cristina Mittermeier "
More information HERE

National Geographic Brasil

Cristina's images in National Geographic Brasil blog!