Erin Sullivan is a travel photographer, writer and speaker who focuses on stories of culture, wildlife, and conservation. You may know her as @erinoutdoors from her social media channels. She is the host of the new REI mini-series In Our Nature and a member of the Sony alpha Imaging Collective. In this episode Erin shares what she’s learned about topics from plastics to forest preschools while filming In Our Nature. She gives us a sneak peek into her recent TED talk and why she kept silent about it until it was done. Erin shares her personal experiences with burn out, depression and anxiety. We talk about letting go of perfectionism, knowing when to put her camera down, and what big changes she made for both her work and her life to be more intentional and fulfilling.
This is We Are Photographers with Erin Sullivan and this is her story.
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