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STLCC's Peterson Lecture Series Features Ray Marklin

September 14, 2015

Marklin photo of elderly woman  
Photojournalist Ray Marklin has traveled around the globe creating images of people and places off the beaten path. 

Photojournalist Ray Marklin will discuss his work, as well as personal tricks of the trade and travel, as the guest speaker for the third annual Peterson Lecture Series at St. Louis Community College.

 

The lecture, “Traveling on the Edge: The Photographic Exploits & Explorations of Ray Marklin,” is slated 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, in Lecture Hall Room 103 at the college’s Meramec campus, 11333 Big Bend Road. It is free and open to the public.

 

Ray Marklin  
Ray Marklin

For nearly 30 years, Marklin has created images that offer a photographic travelogue that studies people and places off the beaten path. Marklin’s work as a photojournalist has led him to explore the rugged terrain of South America, the isolated heights of Tibet, and the varied cultures of Southeast Asia. He also has photographed landscapes in more than 70 countries, including China, Russia, Cuba and Haiti.

 

Marklin’s lecture will include images from Tibet, Cuba, Myanmar, Vietnam and India. Additionally, Marklin will discuss immigration protocols, packing tips, how best to negotiate with pirates, and more.

 

A native of St. Louis, Marklin attended both STLCC and the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

 

For more information, contact the STLCC Foundation at 314-539-5472 or foundation@stlcc.edu.