Alison Jones: No Water No Life with Daryl Hawk
Thursday, Oct. 4, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
You think of water only when the well is dry. (African proverb) Alison M. Jones is a conservation photographer who has documented ecosystems and their management for over 20 years in Africa and the Americas. She founded No Water No Life in 2006 to raise public awareness of freshwater issues by combining the powers of photography and science. Alison will share her knowledge of North American and African watersheds and freshwater resources with documentary photographer, Daryl Hawk, who will interview her on stage. She will also be showing still photos and videos from these watershed areas. Granted an honorary Masters Degree in Photography from Brooks Institute, Jones is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photography. Daryl Hawk has lived in Wilton for 26 years and grew up on the water in Westport. As a professional photographer for 30 years, he has championed and raised awareness for numerous environmental and conservation causes his entire career. Co-sponsored by Norwalk River Watershed Association and Wilton Library. Q&A to follow talk. Registration highly recommended.