Lessons Form Nature
Lessons Form Nature
This is the Ninth online panel discussion hosted by America Sri Lankan Photographic Art Society in Los Angeles, a member of the PSA – Photographic Society of America and FIAP – International Federation of Photographic Art. The objective of today’s panel is to share the expertise of prominent travel photographers whose outstanding work has been widely recognized.
Date: Saturday 25th July 2020
Time:7.30am to 8.30am Local Time in Los Angeles
8pm to 9pm Local Time in Sri Lanka
Mr.Sanjaya Warnasuriya At the age of five, his father took his camera and placed it around his neck and with a smile said “now you look like a photographer”. From that moment on, Sanjaya fell in love with photography and observing nature through a lens. His love and passion for the media has taken him to many parts of the world to observe and document animal behavior in their habitats as well as interactions with humans. As a self taught photographer he has a keen interest in learning and sharing creative ideas with fellow photographers. A business developer by profession, Sanjaya holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Mr.Prasad Hapuarachchi started his photographic journey when he was a school boy in 1989. He is a self-taught photographer and has mastered in Macro Photography apart from wildlife and nature. Prasad is a senior lecturer in National Association of Photographers and CameraLK Academy. He conducts many wildlife and nature photography workshops all over Sri Lanka organizing by Universities and photographic associations. And an active panel member in many photographic competitions helding in Sri Lanka. Prasad served the country as the Chairman of Tourist Board Western Province since 2016 to 2019. Currently he is the Country representative to Asian Wildlife photographers Club. By Profession he is a businessman and working as the Managing Director for two companies in Sri Lanka. Wildlife and nature photography is Prasad’s passion. He actively and voluntary working on Nature conservation projects and Wildlife conservation projects in Sri Lanka.