Photography, Radio, and Video

Photography Exhibits

2001. Group exhibition, World Trade Center (May-September 11, 2001), New York.

2000. Solo exhibition, American Museum of Natural History, New York.

1997. Solo exhibition, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia.

1996. Solo exhibition, Mongolian Embassy, Washington, D.C.

1995. Solo exhibition, National Museum of Mongolian Culture, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia.

1992-1993. “L'Oei”, international group exhibition, National Museum of Photography, Paris, France.

Radio

2008. All Things Considered. NPR. [Interview regarding a 19th century collection of Presidential hair.]

2008. This Way Up. Radio New Zealand. [Interview regarding a 19th century collection of Presidential hair.]

1999-2001: Pulse of the Planet. NPR. [Guest producer for segments on natural history topics.]

Video

2007. American Masters – John James Audubon. PBS. WNET, Florentine Films-Hott Productions (producers). [Senior Advisor and on-screen commentator.]

2005-2008. Wilderness and the American Mind. PBS. [Consultant.]

2005. History Detectives. PBS. [On-screen appearance for a program on the 1819 Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains.]

2003. The Harriman Expedition Retraced. PBS. [On-screen commentator on E. H. Harriman's 1899 expedition to Alaska and Siberia.]

1987-1989: Land of the Eagle. Peter Crawford (producer). BBC Television (1990), PBS (1991) and German television (1992). [Consultant for this eight part series on the natural history of North America, also see Publications.]

1985. The Million Pound Book. David Attenborough (producer). BBC Television, Arts and Entertainment. [Senior consultant for this documentary commemorating the 200th anniversary of Audubon's birth.]

For further information please contact:
Robert M. Peck
The Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parklway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-299-1138
peck@ansp.org
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