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episode 22. Marc Muench: Insights on Photography Workshops, The Art of Seeing, and Ski Photography in Iran

Marc Muench is a professional landscape and wildlife photographer, an educator, and a founding partner at Muench Workshops, where he helps teach people who love photography and nature while taking them to the coolest places on the planet. Marc is a third-generation photographer following his grandfather Josef Muench, his father, David Muench, and his photographer-artist, Bonnie Muench.

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Episode 21. Ankur Warikoo: Author of ‘Do Epic Shit’ on Lessons for Going Pro, Entrepreneurship, and Habits for Success

Ankur Warikoo is one of India’s top content creators. In 2021, he published his first book, ‘Do Epic Shit’, which talks about his success, failures, the importance of habits, self-awareness, entrepreneurship, money, and relationships. In 2016, he started an online video series called ‘Warikoo Wednesdays,’ where he spoke about his experiences as a founder, CEO, and people manager. As a best-selling author, he conducts online educational courses to ensure all the choices we make in life come from the point of awareness and not ignorance.?

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Episode 15. Kenya Photography Safari with Richard Bernabe: Insights, Preparation, Gear and Strategies

In this episode of Beyond The Lens, internationally acclaimed photographer and podcast host, Richard Bernabe provides an insight into safari photography and talks through his tips for preparation, equipment, and capturing great images. Explaining what is needed to organize such a trip, Richard mentions some of his favorite locations in Africa and shares why he has chosen to go to Maasai Mara in September

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Episode 11. Sophy Roberts: Award-Winning Travel Writer on Hidden Africa and the Lost Pianos of Siberia

The ever-adventurous writer, Sophy Roberts, is the author of ‘The Lost Pianos of Siberia’ a Times, Sunday Times, and Independent ‘Book of 2020’. This non-fiction book explores the pianos created during the boom years of the nineteenth century. Sophy tells the story of her piano hunt through two centuries of Russian history, which reveals an unexpected musical legacy and profound brave humanity. Sophy is a regular radio, podcast, and panel events contributor, focusing on travel stories from remote parts of the world, with a particular interest in literary work, history, and culture.

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Episode 10. Moose Peterson: Nikon Legend Behind The Lens on Wildlife and Aviation Photography

Moose Peterson has dedicated his life to educating and protecting America’s wildlife through his award-winning photography. Through his imagery, Moose also documents and helps preserve the legacy of America’s aviation heritage with an aim to showcase the freedoms they protect. Moose is the author of 29 books, including ‘Takeoff: The Alpha to Zulu of Aviation Photography (Voices That Matter)’ –  a one-of-a-kind book that teaches readers how to start taking beautiful, intriguing photographs of aircraft, and a best-seller ‘Captured: Lessons from Behind the Lens of a Legendary Wildlife Photographer (Voices That Matter)’ – the ultimate guide to wildlife photography

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Episode 9. Conrad Anker: Legendary Mountaineer on a Lifetime of Climbing and Remembering Galen Rowell.

As one of the most prolific explorers and mountaineers, Conrad Anker has summited Mount Everest three times. In 1999, Anker discovered the body of George Mallory, one of the two British climbers who died attempting to climb Everest in 1924, helping to shed more light on one of mountaineering’s most famous mysteries. He has made many notable first ascents, from Alaska, through the Himalayas, to Antarctica, not only choosing the highest peaks but the most difficult ones.

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Episode 7. David Burkus: Best-Selling Author on Creativity Myths

David Burkus, one of the world’s most highly-regarded business thinkers, is a best selling author and contributing writer for many notable publications, such as The Financial Times, Forbes and Harvard Business Review. He shares captivating stories and practical takeaways to diverse audiences, giving them a compelling insight into how organizations and individuals can do their best work. David is also the author of ‘The Myths of Creativity’, which aims to demystify the processes that drive innovation, highlighting the mistaken ideas that hold us back.

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