International League of Conservation Photographers
Tampa, FL, USA
Matthew Cicanese (sick-uh-neez) is a National Geographic Young Explorer and Emerging League Photographer with the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Experimental and Documentary Arts (MFA-EDA) from Duke University, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Florida Southern College. In 2015, Matthew was named a finalist for the Environmental Photographer of the Year Awards and his work was featured internationally through media outlets including BBC Earth, New Scientist Magazine, and the Royal Geographical Society’s Gallery Exhibition in London. As a leader for professional workshops, guest speaker at college campuses, and past assistant in Duke University classrooms, Matthew is a documentarian that works to educate others through a variety of storytelling methods (including digital photography, narrative film-making, audio journalism, drone cinematography, and immersive experimental media).
2015 - Finalist — Environmental Photographer of the Year, 2015 - Semi-finalist — Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 2015 - Semi-finalist — NANPA Summit
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