The new documentary from wildlife photographer and videographer Todd Gustafson, To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa, continues to impress audiences as well as broadcasters. Gustafson’s stunning images are currently featured in promotional materials for Connecticut Public Broadcasting, (CPTV), who also produced the film. The station developed a brochure highlighting their upcoming programming which includes images from To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa.
The November issue of What’s On magazine also features Gustafson’s photography, as well as an interview with Gustafson for the cover story. The magazine, a supplement to Connecticut Magazine, is published monthly by Connecticut Public and circulates to about 80,000 households.
The interview discusses how Gustafson’s unique background allows him to document wildlife in a truly intimate way and brings the audience as close as possible to the action in animals’ daily lives. Gustafson, who has over 20 years of experience photographing wildlife, also composed the musical score for the film.
Continuing and expanding current conservation and preservation efforts is the primary goal of To the Ends of the Earth, and organizations such as CPTV are assisting in that effort by sharing Gustafson’s work. You, too, can join Todd in this effort by visiting our online store, where a portion of all proceeds from the sale of DVDs, music CDs, and other products will be donated to wildlife conservation efforts.
To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa premieres on public television stations across the country beginning in November. To view the broadcast schedule, click here.
A portion of all proceeds from the sales of our documentary DVD, our music CD, and all of the products that we offer on this website will be donated to wildlife conservation efforts all over the world.
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