Specializing in science and natural history, Martin Lipman has worked as a photographer for over 25 years. Recognized for his commercial images and most recently for his work in the Arctic, he joined Canadian Museum of Nature research teams in Canadian High Arctic and was present when paleobiologist Dr. Natalia Rybczynski found fossilized mammal bones of a walking seal and a High Arctic camel. Martin is a graduate of Ryerson University (Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photography) and holds an MA in Journalism from Indiana University. He is a former academic advisor for the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa. His Arctic field photography has been featured in the media – most recently in Discover Magazine. Other outlets include Radio Canada Descouvertes, Canadian Geographic, Agence-France Presse and the BBC. Martin’s work has also been featured in a number of books and TED talks about climate change, the Arctic and paleontology.