The mysteries of our oceans are just below the surface of these stunning photos.
From February 7 to April 7, 2018, photographs by Nick Hawkins are on display in The Sunroom at Central Library.
The Ecology Action Centre teamed up with local wildlife photographer Nick Hawkins to capture breathtaking images of marine and coastal ecosystems and to raise public awareness surrounding the diversity of Atlantic Canada’s marine environments and their users. The Sunroom at Central Library is the first stop for Nick’s photo exhibit, which will travel to different locations throughout Atlantic Canada.
About the artist
Nick Hawkins is a Canadian conservation photographer and photojournalist from New Brunswick specializing in natural history, science and conservation related issues. As an assignment photographer working in Canada and Central and South America, Nick has produced featured articles for Canadian Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Canadian Wildlife Magazine. Nick is a member of the International League of Conservation Photographers and is the recipient of the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award.
You can view more of Nick Hawkins' work on his website.
The Sunroom is made possible by the generosity of Margot and Layne Spafford.