Most of you know that I helped to found the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). We created ourselves to drive forward issues our works address. By working together we have greater strength, a larger audience -- and hopefully -- more immediate results. My Fellows are not just ‘other’ photographers working as I do, they are some of the most inventive, articulate artists I have met, and most importantly, these artists are doing their work in hopes of changing the human condition, not just to have a private conversation with a few museum curators and a handful of collectors.
Daniel is being featured this month in Photo Media magazine, "Daniel Beltrá: A Meaningful Life" by Hermon Joyner with some excellent reproductions. In addition, Daniel has work and links at the iLCP website, and you may also peruse his own interactive website, Daniel Beltrá. Be sure to look at some of the equally interesting video. His images of forest destruction, to me, are some of the most iconic ever created.