Documentary filmmaker and wildlife photographer Carole Amore has traveled to remote parts of the world in pursuit of adventure. Her passion is the Asian tiger and she has written books, produced films and created museum exhibits to spread awareness of this endangered creature.
Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Education: B.S. and Sub-Doctoral Clinical/Organizational Psychology
Occupation: Executive producer, photographer, cinematographer, author, leadership consultant
Expeditions: Arctic Circle, African plains, the Indian jungle
Favorite place to be: Filming wild Bengal tigers from on top of an elephant
Best discovery: Creating a film on the intimate lives of a wild Bengal tigress and her two cubs
Favorite Items in the Field: High definition film camera, full range of fast action photo lenses, and 10-foot elephant tripod
Personal Hero: Sylvia Earle, intrepid oceanographer & Cady Coleman, remarkable astronaut
Hobbies: Wildlife film exploration, making innovative HD films and photo books and developing interactive museum exhibits with new technologies
Advice: The soul never thinks without a picture.