David Freese is a photographer and professor at the Film and Media Arts Department at Temple University. He has spent the last fifteen years photographing the West and East Coasts of North America, resulting in two books "West Coast: Bering to Baja" and "East Coast: Arctic to Tropic". In his newest book "Mississippi River: Headwaters and Heartland to Delta and Gulf" Freese takes us on a captivating visual journey from its source at Lake Itasca in Minnesota 2,552 miles south to the Gulf of Mexico. His photographs open our eyes to encompass a wide diversity of industry and farmland, cities and towns, landscapes and wildlife, all the while revealing the constant flow of goods, grain, and fuel, up and down the country's major shipping artery. The event will be virtual and you can register by emailing email@example.com.