Morgan Heim

MORGAN HEIM

Morgan Heim — (MA) Journalism, (BS) Zoology — is the founder of Neon Raven Story Labs, a storytelling and strategy platform for conservation, and a Senior Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers. In 2018, she followed the migration of Deer 139, a single, pregnant mule deer across Wyoming, whose story received wide acclaim in festivals including Banff, Wild & Scenic and DC Environmental Film Festival. Her photography appears in Smithsonian, Audubon, National Geographic and others. One of the things she’s most proud of is co-founding Her Wild Vision Initiative with Jaymi Heimbuch, aimed at raising the voices of diverse women in the craft of conservation storytelling.

Michele Westmorland

MICHELE WESTMORLAND

Michele is an internationally recognized underwater and conservation photographer, who also writes for periodicals. Through her successful photography business, Westmorland Images, Michele has built a vast library of images from around the world. Her editorial photography credits include major magazines around the world including Smithsonian, Asian Geo and Ocean Geographic. Her commercial images have even been featured in Canon’s own ads running in National Geographic. Michele’s own book Ocean Duets was published in 2006 and is focused on the beauty of the underwater world.

Michele is a Founding Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers and received the Fellow of the Year Award for 2016. She is also a Fellow National of the prestigious Explorers Club, a member of the Society of Woman Geographers, Wings WorldQuest, and NANPA. Michele is also proud to be featured in the book Adventurous Dreams-Adventurous Lives by Jason Schoonover.  In 2011, Michele was inducted into the Women Diver’s Hall of Fame.   

Christina Selby

CHRISTINA SELBY

Christina Selby is a conservation photographer, author, and naturalist. Saving Beauty is her first documentary film. She is the author of Best Wildflower Hikes New Mexico, a FalconGuide. Her work has appeared in bioGraphic, Outdoor Photographer, Scientific American, National Geographic Online, High Country News, New Mexico Magazine, and Mongabay.com, among other publications.

Christina draws on her many years of work in environmental education and international sustainable development to tell conservation stories. When she’s not chasing monkeys in the Amazon, tracking Mexican wolves in the Southwest, searching out endemic snails in desert springs, or hunting wildflowers in alpine meadows, you can find her at home in Santa Fe or camping with her two boys, husband, and Great Pyrenees “Glacier” in the stunning landscapes of the Southern Rockies.