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Peter Guttman is an American author, photographer, lecturer, television personality and adventurer who has traveled on assignment through over 200 countries and seven continents. He is the creator of the influential "To Imagine" hardcover book series published by Fodor's Travel Publications. Guttman has twice been the recipient of the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year. In 2005, an exhibition of his work, "The Magical Worlds of Peter Guttman" was shown at the American Film Festival in Deauville, France and in 2006, Guttman had a solo photographic retrospective of his work at Sotheby's in New York City. His photographic images of the Amazon were featured in a 2008 exhibition at the United Nations.
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During his global travels, he has climbed the riggings of tall ships, hiked onto lava flows, tracked gorillas in African rainforest, chased tornadoes, swam with pink dolphins in the Amazon and sailed an icebreaker to the North Pole. His images include Papua New Guinea tribesmen, indigenous Arctic nomads and camel adventures through the Namib desert. His work has been featured in Life magazine's photographic spreads and has appeared in Conde Nast Traveler, National Geographic Adventure, Outside and others.
Guttman taught travel photography in New York at the International Center of Photography and his frequent slide show lectures have been met with wide national attention. His work as a travel journalist has been profiled on A&E Television and he has appeared on NBC's Today, CNN Travel Guide and the Travel Channel. In 2008, the coffee table book "Rare" published by Daab included Guttman's portrait in a roster of "amazing individuals" and "people of significance"