The Best Job in the World
National Geographic Photographers: The Best Job in the World Screening and Q&A
National Geographic produces breathtaking photographs of people, places and natural wonders, and this world premiere of the National Geographic Channel special, The Best Job in the World
, gives you an insider look through the eyes of a talented young photographer. The film follows Cory Richards to a remote mountain range in Antarctica to cover a climbing expedition and also features interviews with several of National Geographic Society's most celebrated photographers discussing their most famous images. Stay after for a discussion with photographer Mark Thiessen, executive producer Pamela Wells and producer Maryanne Culpepper.
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