Camille Seaman – Profile

Camille Seaman is a well respected and widely published photographer.

Her work has appeared in National Geographic, Time Magazine, Camera Arts, the New York Times, and in many others. Many of her photographs focus on the natural world, including icebergs and clouds. Her breathtaking photographs give a sense of grandeur, and a sense of humanity, to the natural phenomena she photographs.

In 2008, she presented a number of her photographs in a one-artist show entitled "The Last Iceberg," at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC. Her photographs showed fragile and deteriorating images of the arctic wilderness, and she has taken many long voyages to both the arctic and antarctic wilderness.

Her photographs use a wide variety of cameras and formats, both digital and film. She was recently named a 2013 TED fellow.

Related Links


Camille Seaman's website

Seaman's TED Talk, where she talks about making the photographs seen in The Last Iceberg

Connections and Purpose, Seaman's talk at Iris Night at the Annenberg Space for Photography

Images of The Last Iceberg on LensCulture

 Article on Camille Seaman at Soulcatcher studio

Big Cloud Images on  the New York Times Lens Blog