Please join us for our complimentary lecture series, featuring world renowned scientists, photographers, explorers, researchers and more while enjoying complimentary food, beer, and wine at The Florida Aquarium!
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Upcoming Evening Tide Talk
Cristian Dimitrius, Wildlife Filmmaker & Photographer
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Complimentary reception: 5:45p.m.
Featured presentation: 6:15p.m.
You must reserve your seat for this free event. CLICK HERE to RSVP.
For questions or for more information, please call 813-273-4015
Cristian Dimitrius is a Brazilian Emmy Award Winning cinematographer, photographer, biologist and television presenter for global wildlife and natural history films. On land or underwater, from ants to whales, Cristian's innovative cinematography and unorthodox camera techniques help revolutionize the way people see and perceive wildlife. Cristian pushes boundaries of wildlife filmmaking with amazing still images and stunning video sequences, made with the most advanced camera technologies available. He is one of the most experienced cinematographers working in the Pantanal, Cerrado, Amazon and other Brazilian biomes. In addition to film credits, Cristian has shot and produced for networks including BBC, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet, and Globo TV.
Before working for high-profile natural history channels, Cristian started his career as a Divemaster, shooting customers on regular dives. His mission is to inspire people to fall in love with our planet through his images, arousing the desire for knowledge and conservation of the place we call home. In his talk, Cristian will offer tips on how to make nature movies for those interested in the career or for those simply curious about how to best share experiences from the natural world.