Charles Post is an ecologist, storyteller and filmmaker drawn to stories anchored to the confluence of
society’s relationship with wild and rapidly changing natural environments. After spending nearly a
decade studying at U.C. Berkeley, Charles earned a B.S. and Master’s degree in ecology under the mentorship
of Dr. Mary Power, which set him on a course to combine science, conservation and storytelling.Drawn to
wildlife and conservation stories of the American West, Charles has traveled from the heart of the Nevada
desert to explore the ecological and political state of wild horses on public lands, to South Texas to tell
a story about the ecological service hunting whitetail deer can provide a landscape devoid of apex predators,
and the plains of Colorado to tell a story of the Ranchlands, a 4th generation ranching family shaping
the future of range management in the West. Charles calls Montana home.
Max Lowe, Bozeman local, began his career with National Geographic in 2012 with a Young Explorers Grant and then went on to work as a photo assistant on Everest, he forged a career for himself traversing the globe telling both his own stories as well as those of the people he encountered along the way. In recent years, Max has directed, shot and produced numerous short documentary and branded films including the award winning short doc Adventure Not War which screened at Cannes, Tribeca Film Festival and Indie Shorts Film Festival. With a background in journalistic style storytelling honed over years of work with National Geographic and other national media groups, as well as experience working with brands in the likes of The North Face, Toyota, Eddie Bauer and Red Bull, his repertoire of work has spanned the map.
6:30 pm at the The Ellen Theatre FREE.