2013 Keynote Presentations
We will be announcing our third 2013 keynote presentation soon!
Casey Anderson, Host of National Geographic’s America the Wild
Casey Anderson is a fifth-generation Montanan, born and raised in East Helena, Mont. As a wildlife expert and naturalist, Casey is the well-known host and executive producer of the National Geographic WILD Channel series “Expedition Wild” and "America the Wild.” In his television work, Casey uses a variety of FLIR technologies to obtain compelling thermal images and video footage of some of the world’s most elusive animals.
Casey has worked on numerous feature films, television wildlife documentaries, and non-profit educational programs. He is an international Keynote speaker who shares about his experiences in the wild and his passion for wildlife preservation using amazing imagery.
Casey is the trainer and best friend of Brutus the Bear, an 800-lb. grizzly bear Anderson adopted as a cub born in captivity. Anderson is also the co-owner and director of the Montana Grizzly Encounter, a grizzly bear sanctuary in Bozeman, Mont., where Brutus resides.
Charles “Chas” Bransby-Zachary, VP of GBG USA
Based in New York City, Charles “Chas” Bransby-Zachary is Vice President of GBG USA Inc, which forms part of the international GB Geotechnics Group, a leading international company specializing in Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) for the forensic investigation of structures. Under his direction, the firm has completed investigative work for a variety of signature projects, including the detection of leaks in hundreds of New York school buildings to an extensive NDE program at New York’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Building.
Chas holds a degree in Construction Technology & Management from De Montfort University, in England. He is a member of the International Association for Preservation Technology (APTi & NE Chapter), the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT) and a Professional Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). He has lectured at many American universities, including Columbia, Cornell and USC, and regularly gives advanced preservation lectures and workshops. At InfraMation 2013, Chas will describe his experience using thermal imaging to examine some of the most famous and treasured buildings in the world.
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