Richard Sobol is constantly circling the globe looking for stories relating to wildlife, international cultures and conservation of the environment. He is the author of several books exploring whales, elephants, mountain gorillas, african wildlife, environmental conservation, the magic of silkworms, how rice is grown, Angkor Wat, the workings of a building construction site, and life in an African community. Recent literary collaborators have included Leonardo DiCaprio, Frank Gehry, the late Governor Ann Richards and Robert F Kennedy Jr. His photographs appear regularly in publications worldwide including Time, The New York Times, Paris Match, Audubon, and National Geographic.
Bring The Traveling Photographer to Your School
Follow “The Traveling Photographer“ on location around the world. Richard Sobol brings dynamic image driven presentations to students in grades K-12. Currently offering audio-visual programs featuring first-hand encounters with wild animals, wildlife conservation projects, the protection of endangered species as well as explorations within African and Asian Cultures. The programs can be tailored to fit studies in science, natural history, social studies and creative arts.
Available Now: The Mysteries of Angkor Wat
In Richard Sobol’s newest book in the Traveling Photographer Series he explores Angkor Wat’s fascinating ruins and the remains of the ancient and mysterious Khmer civilization. Join him as he photographs among the fallen moss-covered stone slabs and wall carvings documenting clues that might link the ancient Khmer people to present-day Cambodian culture. A personal narrative and illustrative photography document his pilgrimage, capturing the historical legacy and mystery contained within the walls of Angkor Wat. A glossary, maps, and key facts are included.
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