Howie Garber can be scheduled for lively, informative and educational digital presentations and book signing events. He has many years of experience in presenting to audiences. Please see comments below.
“For the opening celebration at the Utah Museum of Natural History’s exhibit America’s Wildest Places, Howie Garber generously shared his stories and remarkable images in a travelogue to the wild places he has documented. It was a treat for UMNH audiences to see these gorgeous photographs and to hear about Garber’s insatiable spirit of adventure.” – Becky Menlove, Director of Exhibits and Public Programs, Utah Museum of Natural History
“At the request of the Utah Public Health Laboratory, Dr. Howie Garber graciously agreed to lend his time and talents to present some of his best wildlife photographs at the first Utah Public Health Grand Rounds workshop on Climate Change and Public Health held on Earth Day 2009. Dr. Garber’s photographs and his experiences in obtaining them were a perfect complement to the scientific presentations and provided the audience with a unique perspective of the impacts of climate change. The workshop participants, consisting of public health professionals from the public, private, academic, and clinical sectors found the presentation engaging, the photographs inspiring, and the message encouraging.” – Gambrelli Layco, M.F.S, Director, Bureau of Forensic Toxicology
“I had the pleasure of recently viewing a slide presentation by Howie Garber. I was amazed at the beauty, stillness, peace, and soul contained in the photos. Dr. Garber went to amazing lengths to obtain many of these images and his patience and creativity are clearly evident. The show was a treat. I have to say I felt calmer and more at peace at the end of the show, and the beautiful memories are still with me.” – Dr Peter Taillac, Emergency Physician and Medical Director, Utah Emergency Medical Services
“Howie presented a picture journey which was as inspirational as it was beautiful. His talent and eye for photography is unparalleled, and we are lucky to have such a gifted photographer and physician among us.” – Scott E. McIntosh, MD, MPH, Editor-in-Chief of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine Journal, Assistant Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Utah Chapter ACEP
“Howie has captured some of the most wonderful places on earth through his lens. He has given numerous presentations at our events around town to packed houses, and explains the importance of protecting these endangered landscapes. Howie is very knowledgeable about his subjects and is a lively story teller. Through these presentations, each one of his still photos comes to life.” – Carl Fisher, Executive Director, Save Our Canyons