Book Signings & Events
For two decades, John has been thrilling audiences across Western Canada with his multimedia slideshow presentations. These feature presentations have included speaking engagements for CAPA (the Canadian Association for Photographic Art), the Professional Photographers of Canada, the Calgary Zoo, the Royal British Columbia Museum, Raincoast Foundation and the Royal Alberta Museum. John uses his remarkable images and his experience as a former Parks Canada naturalist to draw his audience in so that they feel like they're right there with him during his most memorable wildlife encounters.
“John’s passion for Canada’s wildlife is contagious. We are so fortunate to have him as an ambassador for wildlife conservation in Canada. It was a superb presentation, thank you John!”
John's 2017-18 book tour schedule for Tall Tales, Long Lenses included events in Vancouver, Victoria, Prince George, Edmonton and Calgary.
John's 2020 schedule already includes events in Whitehorse, Yukon with the Whitehorse Camera Club teaching a full wildlife photography seminar and workshop from February 7th-9th, 2020 and as a keynote speaker at the HOWL Wildlife Photography Convention at Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario from October 23rd-25th, 2020.
Online Photography Courses
The Business of Photography - How to Make Money from Your Photography
Whether you’re looking to launch into a full-time nature photography career or just make some income on the side, the Business of Photography pulls together the wisdom and expertise of six leading outdoor photographers, including myself, from a wide range of genres (allowing you insight into other genres to widen your scope for generating income): Paul Zizka, Dave Brosha, John E. Marriott, Viktoria Haack, Lanny Mann and Erika Jensen-Mann. 15 hours of video teaching in 30+ modules. Use code JOHNEMARRIOTT to save $50 at checkout.
I cannot recommend this course enough to any of you that are seriously considering wanting to monetize your photography. It's in-depth, it's comprehensive, it's easy to follow, and it's worth every penny. It's always been relatively easy to become a decent photographer, but what often separates the pros from the amateurs is the skills to turn their hobby into a business and lifestyle (trust me, being a full-time pro is a LOT of fun!). This course trains you to do exactly that.