Challenging Preconceptions: Wildlife Photography with Jason George


Date: Sunday, February 4
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm or 2:30 – 3:30pm
Fee: FREE – Drop in!

In recognition of Black History Month, families are invited to join regional Photographer Jason George on a visual and metaphorical journey through images captured of wildlife around the world. Meant to challenge preconceptions, this presentation aims to open minds and opinions about animals beyond the Zoo in their natural habitats—celebrating diversity, beauty, harmony, and connection.

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Jason George

Jason George is a wildlife photographer, presenter, and writer who recently relocated to the rural settings of Wasaga Beach to get closer to nature when he retired from teaching full-time to chase his passion for wildlife. He loves to see wild animals in their natural habitat and state, so he travels around Canada and the world. Getting to see an animal in its habitat is special, being able to photograph it is awesome. He explores ways to share his love and passion with those not able to have these experiences. Jason is published in Readers Digest, local magazines, and newspapers.

He is currently working on a solo book series Going Deeper with Jason GeorgeRed Foxes, Moose, Cheetah, Penguin, Owls containing personal stories, photos and colouring pages. Jason also has a different series about his experiences with dyslexia and learning disabilities, in addition to his first series The World with Jason George Canada and The World with Jason George –Africa.

Jason seems to have a magical connection with animals which helps him capture these amazing natural pictures (both ethically and humanely). He gets the best pictures of the animals without hurting or baiting them.

Visit Jason George Photgraphy on Youtube