Presentations

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Through compelling first-hand stories and unscripted photographs, my presentations are designed to both engage and reveal my experiences within the micro-cultures of human and robotic space exploration.

Since the publication of Infinite Worlds, I have made presentations at national museums of flight, science, art and at NASA spaceflight centers. Among them have been the Museum of Flight is Seattle, WA, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York and NASA's Goddard and Kennedy Space Flight Centers.

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Museum of Flight, Seattle WA

"Space Expo" keynote speaker and panelist + broadcast interview by Amity Addrisi at NBC King 5

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Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, Washington, DC

Scenes from a Spacewalk—A Starry Night at the National Air and Space Museum - conversation on photography with curator Dr. Jennifer Levasseur; art photographer Michael Soluri, and astronaut and former NASA associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate John Grunsfeld, PhD.

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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Engineering Colloquia

"NASA in Photographs: behind-the-scenes of human and robotic spaceflight"

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Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, New York City

An evening of conversation between photographer Michael Soluri and science journalist Miles O'Brien ( see Conversations).

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Smithsonian Hirrshorn Museum of Modern Art, Washington DC

A 90 minute venue to a sold out audience based on a combination of images and profiles from "Infinite Worlds" and conversations with STS125 shuttle Atlantis commander (Scott Altman), Hubble Senior Project Scientist (Dr. David Leckrone), EVA Task Lead (Christy Hansen) and Hubble EVA systems engineer (Ed Rezac).

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IMAX theater, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Colorado

"The worlds of human and robotic space flight" plus Q & A