Gary Randorf to Speak Oct. 7 at Plattsburgh State
Landscape and nature photographer Gary Randorf will give a lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hyman and Frances Krinovitz Recital Hall, Hawkins Hall.
He is the first speaker in the 2003-04 Adventure Lecture Series, sponsored by Adirondack Experience and co-sponsored by The Adirondack 46er Conservation Trust. The lecture is free and
open to the public.
Randorf is an environmentalist, naturalist and photographer and was employed by the Adirondack Council for 25 years, serving the first 11 years as its founding executive director and subsequently as senior counselor.
Since 1990, his part-time position has enabled his traveling to and photographing Earth's wild places.
His work has been published in several books and magazines, and a new collection of his work, The Adirondacks -- Wild Island of Hope, was published in June 2003.
Randorf has had several one-person exhibits at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts, Adirondack Museum (Blue Mountain Lake), Rochester Museum and Science Center, Buffalo Museum of Science and several other centers of art in New York State and was honored with a retrospective exhibit of 75 photographs in an exhibit at Plattsburgh State.
He has taught photography at North Country Community College, Camp Sagamore and the National Audubon Society's Summer Ecology Camp in Wisconsin.