Lauren Owens Lambert is a photo and video journalist based in the Boston area whose work has a creative focus in documenting the human aspect of conservation, Ocean health, natural resource management, climate change and our relationship with the natural world during the age of the anthropocene. In her work, she places people as part of natural cycles, a perspective that is sometimes lost in contemporary society. Her work has been published with Audubon Magazien, BioGraphic Magazien, Modern Huntsman, The Ground Truth Project, National Wildlife Magazine, New England Center for Investigative Reporting, NBC, WGBH and The Boston Globe. She partners with groups such as Agence France-Presse, MIT Media Lab, The Nature Conservancy, Boston Harbor Now and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She is an International League of Conservation Photographer - Emerging League and a contributing photographer with Everyday Extinction and Everyday Climate Change. Lauren is a Blue Earth Alliance project photographer, has curated and shown in exhibitions at PhotoVille and has presented work at the United Nations on the importance of visual storytelling with Ocean science and data communication under the Sustainable Development Goal 14 - Life Below Water.