Melissa's Photos of Snowy Owls Featured in Smithsonian Magazine's October Issue
October 1, 2018
Photoessay entitled "Why Is the Snowy Owl Disappearing" features Melissa's photos of Snowy Owls at the nest in Barrow, Alaska, and the work of owl researcher Denver Holt and the Owl Research Institute.
Follow along as Melissa takes over Smithsonian Magazine's Instagram account Sept 28-Oct 4 @smithsonianmagazine
September 28, 2018
Melissa will be posting three photos a day on the Smithsonian's Instagram account @smithsonianmagazine. Come follow along! Visit the publication
Melissa's Show "The Peace of Wild Things" opens at Luchsinger Gallery, Greenwich, CT.
February 26, 2018
The Luchsinger Gallery is housed within the Wallace Performing Arts Center of Greenwich Academy, and has 1100 square feet devoted to the work of its featured artist. The show is entitled "The Peace of Wild Things," and features Melissa's wildlife photography and accompanying quotes and poems that she has chosen to complement her work. All prints are for sale.
The show runs from March 1 to April 28, 2018. Open to the public from 8-4, Monday through Friday. The address is 200 North Maple Ave., Greenwich, CT.
Melissa's Giraffe Photo Selected as one of Smithsonian Magazine's "Most Powerful Photos of the Year"
Melissa to lecture at the Environmental Learning Center; Vero Beach, Florida
Melissa will give two talks on February 18, 2018, as part of the Adventures in Learning Lecture Series: Hear Global Experts Speak on Cutting Edge Issues Impacting People's Relationship with the Environment. Read more
Melissa Groo Gallery Opens at Audubon Greenwich!
November 25, 2017
The Melissa Groo Gallery has been installed in the Kiernan Hall at Audubon Greenwich in Connecticut. The opening will take place on December 2, from 5:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Join us!
Prints on metal, and paper prints framed and matted, are all available for sale. Forty percent of each sale goes directly to Audubon to benefit their conservation work.
The gallery will be in place at least through 2018. Read more
"Ethics from Empathy" - Melissa's latest article for Outdoor Photographer is now online.