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Presenter: Christopher Boyer

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9th

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Location: Belgrade Public Library: 106 N. Broadway, Belgrade.

Note: Wonderlust programs at the Belgrade Community Library are free and open to the public, thanks to sponsorship by Belgrade Community Library and First Interstate Bank.

Registration: Please call Belgrade Community Library (388-4346).

 

Commercial pilot and aerial photographer Chris Boyer flies throughout the Northern Rockies and beyond, providing conventional and 3D aerial mapping, documentary photography, and infrared and multispectral imaging, while also photographing the landscape from an artist’s perspective. Chris will discuss the random career path that led from east coast suburbs to western ranch work, trout stream restoration, and finally to aerial photography. He will cover the wide range of his current aerial projects and explain some of the technical and artistic aspects of making imagery while at the controls of a plane.

Chris Boyer BioPresenter Bio: Christopher Boyer earned his pilot’s license during a graduate program in Fluvial Geomorphology. After 10 years in landscape restoration, he sold his company to start Kestrel Aerial Services, Inc. In addition to his technical flight services, his award-winning photography has appeared in regional and national magazines, museums, galleries and private collections. Chris lives with his wife, Jennifer, and his young son, B, on Farm 51 in Bozeman, Montana, where they raise and sell Boer and Nubian goats.

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