Talk by National Geographic Photographer Trevor Frost
Venue: Center for the Sciences at Radford University, Radford
Organizations: Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), Trevor Frost
Date: Monday, March 25, 2019
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Event Types: Speaking Engagements
Cost: Free
The Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE) presents a Talk by National Geographic Photographer Trevor Frost on Monday, March 25, 2019 in room M73 located within the Center for the Sciences at Radford University.

Trevor Frost is a photographer, filmmaker, and National Geographic Explorer and grantee who lives in Richmond, VA. He is also an Eddie Bauer Adventure Guide. He completed his first feature story for National Geographic Magazine at the age of 29. The story, titled "The Grass Eating Monkeys of Ethiopia", published in the April 2017 issue of National Geographic Magazine.

In September 2017, National Geographic published an essay of photographs about crocodile hunters in remote Northern Australia that Trevor made over three years with support from the National Geographic Society. National Geographic will also feature this work in an episode of the renowned Explorer television show on National Geographic Channel.

In addition to his photography Trevor has worked as a host, cameraman, and producer on a number of television documentaries, including Amazing Animal Selfies, Mission Critical: Orangutans on the Edge, and Mission Critical: Sharks Under Attack. He produced and contributed principal cinematography to a documentary short titled Person of the Forest that premiered at Mountain Film Festival in Telluride May 2017. In 2018, Trevor will be working on three projects: a feature documentary on animal intelligence; a photographic essay on green anacondas in the Peruvian Amazon; and photo series on mental health, specifically depression and anxiety, in America.


Admission is free and open to the public.

In the Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), Radford University students travel to the Amazon, explore the Peruvian rainforest and conduct personally-designed scholarly projects with global impact. The Amazon provides an unforgettable experience—students get up close and personal with macaws, walking palms, howler monkeys, rainbow boas, giant kapok trees and many other exotic flora and fauna. They explore deep forests, swim and raft on remote rivers, get to know amazing new people and exciting and vibrant local cultures.

RARE also hosts the annual RARE Festival at Radford University.


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