01 | About

Neil Ever Osborne is a Canadian photojournalist, filmmaker, and fine artist.

His projects bear witness to the complex relationship between people and planet.

Osborne’s documentary approach broadly examines the causes and impacts of climate change, as well as the solutions that mitigate the crisis, as recently depicted in works covering deforestation in Borneo, polar bears on the sea ice in the Arctic, and offshore wind power on the American Eastern Seaboard.

In this pursuit, he focuses his lens on stories about the enduring spirit of humanity and the resiliency of nature.

Osborne is an Explorer with National Geographic Society and a regular contributor to Smithsonian Magazine, World Wildlife Fund Magazine, and The Weather Network’s emergent Climate Change initiative.

When not in the field on assignment, he is based out of his studio in Toronto, Ontario. He can be reached at neo@neileverosborne.com.

02 | Bear Witness: Subarctic Documentary Film

03 | Credentials

• Explorer, National Geographic Society
• Fellow, International League of Conservation Photographers
• Fellow International, The Explorer’s Club
• Fellow, Royal Canadian Geographical Society
• Founder & Advisory Partner, Evermaven
• Climate Change & Sustainability Editor, The Weather Network

04 | Past Credentials

• Assistant, Frans Lanting & National Geographic Magazine
• Assistant, Paul Nicklen & National Geographic Magazine
• Assistant, Cristina Mittermeier & National Geographic Magazine
• Inaugural Photographer-in-Residence, Canadian Geographic Magazine
• Inaugural Conservation Photography Editor, Canadian Wildlife Magazine
• Founder & Director, Environmental Visual Communication
• Ph.D. in Environmental Studies, Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change (EUC), York University
• M.A. in Visual Communication, School of Visual Communication, Ohio University
• B.Sc. in Conservation Biology, School of the Environment, Trent University

05 | I Am 360º Film

06 | Editorial Partners

07 | NGO Partners

08 | The Shot That Got Away Short Film

When Neil's optic nerve signals his trigger finger to capture an image it begins a generous chain reaction of events that lead to gorgeous magazine and online articles, banners wrapped around buildings, students finding purpose, better friendships, more sea turtles in the ocean, and bigger love for our blue marble home.

Wallace J. Nichols, New York Times Bestselling Author