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Naomi Blinick

Noami Blinick Photographer Profile

Naomi Blinick

Naomi Blinick is a biologist and photographer with a background in marine ecology and conservation. Naomi has spent years working abroad from islands off of east Africa to northwestern Mexico. Her international experience has provided her with a deep sense of context and responsibility for communicating both the beauty and perilous condition of the environments she works in. Following up a two-year fisheries by-catch research fellowship at a biological field station in Sonora, Mexico, Naomi spent the summer of 2011 traveling throughout the United States as an intern for the National Park Service's Submerged Resources Center, an opportunity provided by the Our World-Underwater Scholarship Society. Through her internship she explored diving operations throughout the National Park Service, and has been diving with park dive teams from Florida to Hawaii. At the end of 2011, she moved to Woods Hole, Massachusetts, to work at the Advanced Imaging and Visualization Laboratory at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

website: www.naomiblinick.com