Sebastian Copeland is an award-winning photographer, author, lecturer, and environmental activist. His photographs have appeared in hundreds of publications worldwide including GQ, Marie Claire, The Face, Elle magazine, Vanity Fair, Interview magazine, and National Geographic Explorer.
A relentless pursuit for a sustainable future has led to a seat on the Board of Directors for the US Branch of Mikhail Gorbachev's Green Cross International as well as Shine On Sierra Leone. For his bestselling book Antarctica: The Global Warning, Copeland won the Professional Photographer of the Year award in the book category from the prestigious 2007 International Photography Awards. In 2006, he also won two first place awards at the IPA.
Sebastian has addressed audiences at the UN, The World Affairs Council, Green Cross International's General Assembly on climate in New Orleans (President Gorbachev in attendance), the George Eastman House, the Google and Apple headquarters, and was interviewed by Larry King live on CNN.
Sebastian lives in Los Angeles and drives a hybrid.