ABOUT ME

Following a career as a biologist - first as an academic and then an administrator - I have combined my passion for the environment with photography. I am particularly interested in expressing the environmental issues that face us today through images that capture the beauty of our planet but remind us of the problems we have to tackle.

SHOWS AND TALKS

 

Talks 2019:

CREATING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE WITHOUT WEARING TOO MUCH ARMOR.

August 8TH

Distinguished Speaker Series

Ocean Institute, Dana Point, CA.

https://www.ocean-institute.org/event/nigella-hillgarth-phd

GREENLAND AND ICEBERGS

May 15th

La Jolla Photos travelers Club.

La Jolla, CA.

CREATING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE WITHOUT WEARING TOO MUCH ARMOR. 

April 12

Gray Colloquium Speaker

St Marks School, Southborough, MA. 

https://www.stmarksschool.org/about/news/story-details/~news-id/6881

 

GREENLAND: CLIMATE CHANGE AT MIDNIGHT

February 28th - 2019

Torrey Pines Association, La Jolla. CA.

Shows 2019:

BIRDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE

APRIL 12-MAY31

St Marks School, Southbrough, MA.

TANZANIA AND TAHITI: PASSIONATE PLACES

March 20-April 30 - 2019.​

Stetson Gallery, Marblehead, MA.  

GREENLAND: CLIMATE CHANGE AT MIDNIGHT 

May20-June 30 2019

Ida and Cecil Green Faculty Club, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

 

Past talks and Shows:


CLIMATE CHANGE AT MIDNIGHT - SHOW -CERES GALLERY DECEMBER 4-8 2018

In the summer of 2017 I went to Illulisat on the west coast of Greenland to photograph the huge icebergs that wait in Disco Bay before floating out into the Atlantic. Greenland’s icecap is melting faster each year, and so more ice is being pushed off the land via the large glaciers. The icebergs are beautiful but also a profound reminder of a major impact of global warming – sea level rise. The rapid melting of the Greenland ice and the artic in general poses a major threat to low lying areas of the world, especially the fragile islands of the south pacific. The twelve images of Greenland ice in this exhibit are a reminder of this ever-increasing threat to the planet.
The CERES GALLERY
NYC, 547 West 27th Street, # 201
December 4 to 8, 2018
(212) 947-6100
http://www.ceresgallery.org/

A reception will be held Thursday, from 6-8 pm
December 6, 2018

CHRISTMAS ISLAND: THREATENED PARADISE         Show: Stetson Gallery, Marblehead, MA  
January 10 - February 28 - 2018​

ICEBERGS IN GREENLAND: IN THE SHADOW OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Show: St Marks School, Southbrough, MA 

February 1 - April 10 - 2018

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