Do you travel the globe?
Join the Nature’s Best Photography Ambassador team.
The process is simple. The details:
• It is a volunteer role. There are no sponsors for this program as of yet, but if you know of an individual or corporation with an interest in participation, we will promote them as well.
• You will be acting as a representative of Nature’s Best Photography, and must possess a passion for photography, be skilled in communication, be knowledgeable about your project, including animal behavior and location risks, be in sufficient health and financially capable to carry out your mission and willing to adapt to adverse conditions as they are presented. NBP will be counting on you to make friends, make great images, and share lots of wonderful stories.
• You must submit an electronic portfolio of images, awards, and published work for review.
• You do not have to be a professional, but you must have passion, drive, and creativity.
• You must have a destination plan with an outline of travel details and project goals.
• We will promote your work through a multimedia platform of magazine publication, web features, online galleries, and we are interested in video content for TV opportunities as well.
• We will provide endorsement letters and documents to assist your access to areas and researchers where tourists are usually not permitted.
Before you begin the application process, please contact Nature’s Best Photography publisher, Steve Freligh, to discuss your ideas, travel plans, projects and background, for us to help advise a direction to follow. E-mail: email@example.com.
We look forward to speaking with those interested in exploring the world through this exciting program to expand our view on the natural world. Ambassador opportunities may also include participation in our nonprofit 501(c)(3) Nature’s Best Photography Fund:
• Contributing ideas for immediate program management solutions.
• Participation in programs, events and future planning.
• Promotion assistance and alliance development.
• Funding assistance as opportunities