Chris Linder Photography - Science and Natural History Storytelling

Exhibits

Blaize Denfeld samples the Panteleikha River


River Doctors: Taking the Pulse of the World's Largest Rivers

February 21st, 2014 - April 2nd, 2014

Flaten Art Museum, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

What is a river watershed, and how do scientists study them? Learn all about the Congo, Amazon, Kolyma, and Fraser River watersheds through this exhibition of 24 large-format prints and 8 informative panels.

Penguin mountaineers


Life on the Edge: Adélie Penguins

October 3, 2010 - January 9th, 2011

Massachusetts Audubon Visual Arts Center, Canton, MA

Travel to the southernmost penguin colonies in the world with this exhibition of thirty-five prints. Learn how Adélie penguins are adapting (or not) to their changing climate. This is a one-time show at the Massachusetts Audubon Visual Arts Center in Canton.

Installation at The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois

Exploring the Arctic Seafloor

Traveling exhibition: 2008 - 2010

The Field Museum, Chicago, IL

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA

MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA

Embark on an expedition to the bottom of an ice-covered ocean– thirty photographs and other media take you on an icebreaking ship through an Arctic icescape, and give you a first-ever look at mysterious undersea mountains near the North Pole.