No Filter turns the lens on today’s most influential photographers to find out how they master, monetize and bring meaning to their chosen art of visual storytelling.  The podcast was started by Robin Moore in 2016  as an excuse to ask other photographers the tricky questions he always wanted answers to.


The No Filter podcast is geared towards aspiring and established photographers navigating a career in a rapidly evolving industry whilst striving to create bodies of work with the power to effect change.


About Robin Moore
By Thaddeus Matula cropped NG CreativeRobin is a photographer, conservationist and author. His undying passion for the natural world began as a wee bairn roaming the moors of Scotland in search of anything creepy and crawly. After pursuing a PhD in biodiversity conservation Robin spent eight years with Conservation International, where he spearheaded one of the most successful campaigns in the organization’s history: The Search for Lost Frogs. The campaign drew on the power of images and stories to connect a broad audience with a pressing conservation issue, producing more than 650 news articles in 21 countries, and a billion media impressions. The campaign is documented in Robin’s acclaimed book, In Search of Lost Frogs, that was named one of the best books of 2014 by the Guardian, Mother Nature Network and the Dodo.


Robin has honed his photography and storytelling skills in a bid to connect with increasingly broad audiences on issues that resonate deeply with him. In 2012 Robin co-founded Frame of Mind to empower youth in Haiti to connect with their natural and cultural worlds through photography and visual storytelling. Robin is a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers, Communications Director for Global Wildlife Conservation, and is represented by National Geographic Creative. He has won several international awards including Nature’s Best, Sony Art of Expression and FotoDC, and his images and stories have graced the pages of National Geographic, Esquire, the Telegraph Magazine and more.


To see more of Robin’s work hop on over to his website, or follow him on instagram below.


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