Camille Seaman

* 2017 Lemaire Sunset

Iceberg in Blood Red Sea, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Lemaire Channel Alpenglow, Antarctica
The Shining Light at Sunset, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Summer Sunset in the Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Sunset in the Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
That Epic Sunset Pt I, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Ode to Caspar David Friedrich pt II, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Midnight Sunset, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Iceberg at Sunset in the Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
Iceberg Near Cuverville Island, Antarctica

2014: Big Cloud

Storm Closing in Somewhere in Kansas
Purple Lightning, Canadian, TX
Over Browerville, MN
The Great Downpour, Bertha, MN
And The Sun It Shines Through, Near Crawford, TX
Deluge of Rain In Haswell, CO
In Persuit, Browerville, MN
The Light in the Darkness, El Reno, OK
Lightning, Somewhere in Kansas
Chasing a Mothership in Minnesota, Browerville, MN

2015: Special Iceberg Offer

The White One, Southern Greenland

A Penguin's Life

Running to See, Ross Sea, Antarctica

Big Cloud - I, II

The Collapse, SD (A)
Under the Anvil, Looking West, Presho SD
Almost Home, NE
Hail Sign
Under the Anvil, Looking West, Presho, SD
The Collapse III (A)
Chasing The Storm (A)
Rain Over Fields of Gold (A)
Looking for Rotation (A)
The Blue Eye

Big Cloud: The Lovely Monster

The Lovely Monster Over the Farm, 19:15 CST, Lodgepole, NE
What the Dark Hides 20:47 CST, Big Springs, NE
Illuminated 20:59 CST, Big Springs, NE
What Lightning Revealed 21:02 CST, Big Springs, NE
Inflow Bands 19:55 CST, Chappell, NE

Melting Away: Terminus

Terminus, Neko Harbor, Antarctic Penninsula

The Last Iceberg I, II, III

Stranded Iceberg Detail, Cape Bird (A)
Bergy Bits in Errera Channel (v), Antacrtica
Bergy Bits Jammed up in Errera Channel (v) Antarctica
Majestic Iceberg I (v), Errera Channel, Antarctica
Majestic Iceberg II (v), Errera Channel, Antarctica
Grand Pinnacle Iceberg, East Greenland (A)
Broken Iceberg (v) Antarctic Penninsula
Iceberg Detail with Glaucous Gulls, East Greenland
Electric Iceberg In Errera Channel, Antarctic Peninsula
Looking at Icebergs Near Franklin Island, Ross Sea

The Last Iceberg I, II, III

Falling Down Iceberg, Antarctica
Stranded Iceberg III, Cape Bird, Antarctica
Breaching Iceberg, Greenland
Brea Glacier, Scoresbysund, East Greenland
The Shape of Things to Come
Majestic Iceberg III, Errera Channel, Antarctic Penninsula
Stranded Iceberg Detail II, Cape Bird
Sea Ice Remnant, Svalbard
Blue Underside Revealed II, Svalbard
Falling Down Iceberg, Antarctica

The Last Iceberg: Dark Ice

Overturned Iceberg, Qassiarsuq, S. Greenland (A)
The Shape of Things to Come
Errera Channel Blocked Up, Antarctic Peninsula
The Ice Crown, Antarctic Sound
There is a Crack in Everything, Antarctic Sound
Tabular Iceberg, Detail, Antaractic Sound (A)
Iceberg Reflected
Blue Tabular Iceberg
The Cloud Makers Detail (A)
The Sentinels

The Last Iceberg: This Other World

Iceberg Pointing Up, North West Greenland
Stuck Under the Moon, Disko Bay
Giant Blue Snow Cone, Qassiarsuq, Greenland (A)
Bottoms Up, Qassiarsuq, Greenland
Lost at Sea, West Greenland
Iceberg at Sunset, West Greenland
Iceberg in Green Water, Qassiarssuq, Greenland
Floating in the Sea, West Greenland
Iceberg with Seal Blood, Qassiarsuq, Greenland

Wolf of the Arctic- Aqutaq

Aqutaq in the Woods, Marin County, CA
Aqutaq Getting Her Wild On, Marin County, CA
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Camille Seaman was born in 1969 to a Native American (Shinnecock tribe) father and African American mother. She graduated in 1992 from the State University of New York at Purchase, where she studied photography with Jan Groover and has since taken master workshops with Steve McCurry, Sebastiao Salgado, and Paul Fusco.

Her photographs have been published in National Geographic Magazine, Italian Geo, German GEO, TIME, The New York Times Sunday magazine, Newsweek, Outside, Zeit Wissen, Men’s Journal, Seed, Camera Arts, Issues, PDN, and American Photo among many others, She frequently leads photographic and self-publishing workshops.

She takes photographs all over the world using digital and film cameras in multiple formats. She works in a documentary and fine art tradition and since 2003 has concentrated on the fragile environment of the Polar Regions.

Camille Seaman is a 2013 Senior TED fellow and a 2013 Stanford Knight Fellow

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