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Norway-based former West Coaster Mel Burford didn't pick up a camera until she was 19, but in 2006 she became the first New Zealander to win a Pulitzer Prize for photography, for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. She's more of a filmmaker than a photographer these days, but she's about to return home for the first time in a decade to speak and present at the New Zealand Geographic Photographer of the Year awards. You can attend too! Buy your ticket by clicking here. [audio mp3="https://cdn5.nzgeo.com/2019/10/sun-20191013-0930-behind_the_lens_with_a_kiwi_pulitzer_prize_winner-128.mp3"][/audio]
Dr Rochelle Constantine recently led an expedition to the Kermadec region to study ocean biodiversity from the deep sea to the surface. Rachel Constantine is a senior lecturer at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland, where she focuses her work on the study of cetaceans.
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