Woods Hole Exhibit Features Work of Environmental Photographer

WOODS HOLE – The work of an environmental photographer is on display at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s Ocean Science Exhibit Center.

Daniel Casado’s “Infamia” displays haunting images of life and death in Chiloe, an island off the coast of Chile.

The exhibit features images of majestic blue whales to the devastating impacts on one of the world’s most vital ecosystems after thousands of tons of rotten salmon were discharged a few miles off shore.

Casado combines his love of nature photography to reflect on the impact humans have on the environment.

WHOI’s Ocean Science Exhibit Center manager Kathy Patterson says the center is pleased to have the opportunity to showcase Daniel’s work and represent science and art working together to tell stories and inform the public.

The exhibit is on display through August 5. The center is open 7 days a week beginning next month from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Casado is also participating in this year’s Woods Hole Film Festival. His short film “Patagonia Azul: The Interconnection of Life” is included in “Shorts 4: World Around U,” which will be shown Monday at 5 p.m. in Redfield Auditorium.

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