Camille Seaman is a photographer whose work focuses on the fragile environments, extreme weather, and stark beauty of the natural world—from the deep greys of supercell storm clouds to the shocking blue of icebergs. Camille strongly believes in capturing photographs that articulate that humans are not separate from nature. As a TED Fellow and speaker, she urges us to connect to our surroundings. Her work has been featured globally in publications, including National Geographic and TIME and The New York Times. She has won many awards, is a Senior TED Fellow as well as a Stanford Knight Fellow.