"Some of Earth’s greatest dramas don’t take place in fantasy worlds or on stages. They happen in the wild. They happen on frozen arctic tundra’s, deep under water in vast seas, on savannah plains, in forests and on steep mountain faces. These are the epic stories of Mother Nature, and her actors are bent on survival."
For more than 25 years, Florian Schulz has been following his passion for nature photography. The result of his efforts are not only stunning images and adventurous stories, but rather entire conservation campaigns. To bring the wild side of our extraordinary planet even closer to his audiences, Florian has recently dove into the nature filmmaking with great enthusiasm. The films and photographs by Florian Schulz open a window into natural world, where you can experience moments that few have ever seen.
What we do well
A man, passionate about photography, wild animals and conservation sets out on a quest to document wildlife on the move. Travelling from the southern tip of Baja California along the pacific coast, traversing over 8000 miles up to the high arctic. A film-style presentation, packed with adventure and incredible wildlife encounters, makes this an unforgettable and inspiring talk. More about Call of the Wild - Freedom to roam
Florian journeyed more than twenty-five hundred miles across the Arctic; dove and snorkeled in the Arctic Ocean; photographed on foot polar bears and rafted down Arctic rivers camping among tens of thousands of migrating caribou. From this and many more adventures, Florian shares epic moments while shooting for his project Polar Adventures.
In the “Basics of Nature Photography” seminar, Florian shows you important tips and tricks from a real professional photographer and filmmaker. At the moment he has schedule a number of workshops in Germany. This are held in German language.
Motion & Stills
We are very passionate about producing nature cinema. No matter how remote, how cold, hot, or uncomfortable it might be. We take the time to be there when the spectacle happens. To unleash the power of the moving image and help protect our planet. That is our mission statement. Learn more here >>
Florian continues to embrace still photography, and capturing that breathtaking moment in nature is what he thrives for. We share a selection of some of his most memorable images taken in recent years. Take a look here >>
…Caribous by the thousands roam free along the Alaskan coast towards their birthing grounds; Hundreds of snow geese beat their wings in search of their nesting grounds; giant grey whales congregate by the hundreds in their birthing lagoons in Baja California…” an amazingly curated photography exhibit showcasing remarkable photography of unseen wildlife spectacles on their epic journeys across North America.
Florian’s images have inspired the creation of several exhibitions to bring the arctic closer to our eyes. The last one curated by the Anchorage Museum in Alaska and a larger one, curated by the PAPE Museum in northern Mexico, had an impressive outreach of about 18,900 individuals on its 6-month show. A collection of about 90 stunning frames, transformed the walls of this museum into the incredible world of the arctic. Take a closer look here >>
A beautifully curated exhibit by the G2 Gallery in Ventura CA, showcasing the uniqueness and fragility of the arctic environment. With extraordinary wild wolf portraits, broad unspoiled landscapes and devastating industrial images it delivered a powerful message about the urgency of protecting the arctic wilderness.
What other people are saying about us
“Florian’s photographs are that rare blend of art and science, bringing the natural world to life in ways that are both familiar and striking. There are very few visual storytellers like him.”
"No one in the world has photographed the wildlife in the regions of North America that Freedom to Roam seeks to protect better than Florian, and it is accurate to say the initiative would not have enjoyed its success without his contribution..."
Florian Schulz captures the majesty of wild places and creatures through sensitive, hard-earned images and stories. His artistry draws us deeply into the soul-stirring beauty of the natural world, and inspires his audiences and readers to ask—“what can I do to protect this?”
" Florian Schulz is a top talent and game changer in the field of nature photography."
|Date / Time||Presentation||Event / City|
|October 3, 2018 - 7:30 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Lone Tree, CO / USA|
|December 13, 2018 - 7:30 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Los Angeles, CA / USA|
|December 14, 2018 - 7:30 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Los Angeles, CA / USA|
|January 15, 2019 - 7:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Tampa, FL / USA|
|January 28, 2019 - 7:30 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Portland (OR), OR / USA|
|January 29, 2019 - TBA||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Eugene, OR / USA|
|February 3, 2019 - 2:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Toronto, ON / Canada|
|February 4, 2019 - 8:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Toronto, ON / Canada|
|February 5, 2019 - 8:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Toronto, ON / Canada|
|February 27, 2019 - 7:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Victoria, BC / Canada|
|April 14, 2019 - 3:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Dayton, Ohio/ USA|
|April 15, 2019 - 7:00 pm||Into the Arctic Kingdom||Nat Geo LIVE | Dayton, Ohio/ USA|