Jodi Frediani received her first box camera at age 12 and went on to graduate from the University of California Santa Cruz with a Bachelor’s degree and Graduate Certificate in Art/Photography. Her passion is photographing whales underwater, but we’re glad elephants caught her “eye” this time.
In 2010, Jodi visited the Friends of Asian Elephants (FAE) hospital in Thailand with Director/Producer Windy Borman, where Frediani and friends taught hospital staff special bodywork to help elephants recovering from land mine injuries. Additional photographs from her portfolio can be viewed at her website.
“The Eyes of Thailand” is excited to announce that Jodi has donated one (1) 11″ x 16″ archival fine art print of the photo above, with archival matting and backing, and professionally framed in either American hardwood or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified wooden frame to our online Film fundraiser. Upon request, the photo may be signed by Jodi Frediani.
This is an excellent addition to any Elephant Lover’s or FAE Fan’s home or office–but there’s only one available for “The Eyes of Thailand” fundraiser, which begins the week of August 8, 2011, so mark your calendars and look for it on Monday! We’ll post the link once it goes live. [UPDATE: YOU CAN GET THE “ELE-PHOTO: SORAIDA & MOSHA” DONATION PERK NOW].