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Think Tank Presents: Wingspan Short Film Premiere at Looking Glass

Think Tank Presents: Wingspan Short Film Premiere at Looking Glass

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Sunday, June 9th from 4:00 - 6:00pm PDT
@ Looking Glass Photo | 1045 Ashby Ave in Berkeley | RSVP Required


We invite you to join us at Looking Glass as Think Tank Photo proudly premieres the documentary short film, Wingspan. Featuring the work of the award-winning iLCP photographer Joshua Asel, the film follows Joshua and filmmaking partner Ian Nelson as they make the pre-dawn hike to the peak of Pinnacles National Park to photograph one of the rarest birds on Earth — the critically endangered California Condor. After the screening, there will be a Q&A panel with Joshua and the filmmaking team. Think Tank gear featured in the film will be on display, and we will raffle off a BackLight camera backpack! Space is limited so an RSVP is required to attend.




The California Condor is the largest North American land bird. It became extinct in the wild in 1987 when all remaining wild individuals were captured, but has since been reintroduced to northern Arizona and southern Utah (including the Grand Canyon area and Zion National Park), the coastal mountains of California, and northern Baja California in Mexico.


About Joshua Asel


Joshua "All Terrain" Asel is an award-winning wildlife conservation photographer and certified Marine Ecology Naturalist, with a photographic emphasis on coastal and marine habitats, birds of prey, and threatened/endangered species and national parks. He's an Emerging Member of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), a Board Member of the Bird Rescue Center of Sonoma County, the Global Editor and Manager of the Global Parks Network at Global Conservation, a member of the Ethics Committee for the North American Nature Photography Association, and is sponsored by Think Tank Photo.

While in Panama, Joshua became an Honorary Tribe Member of the Naso Indigenous People for his work helping them document their culture and patrolling with their rangers. His current main project revolves around critically endangered California condor conservation, with focused efforts to establish a new home base in Sonoma County for the Condor Recovery Program. He's also appeared on multiple judging panels, advised on mountain lion safety for land trusts, and acted as a consultant and principal photographer to help establish a new redwood forest preserve in Healdsburg, California.

Joshua’s publications include Smithsonian Magazine, National Geographic, Defenders of Wildlife, Whalebone Magazine, The New York Times, Hakai Magazine, Alaska Airlines Magazine, The Press Democrat, NANPA Expressions, and several scholarly articles, among others.

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