Hurricane Katrina
Through the Eyes of Storm Chasers

by Jim Reed
and Mike Theiss

text by Jim Reed and Mike Theiss

  • Hurricane Katrina: Through the Eyes of Storm Chasers offers a historic and unprecedented view inside a Category 5 hurricane?and of the devastating aftermath.

    Award-winning extreme-weather photographer Jim Reed and storm-chaser/videographer Mike Theiss document the most destructive natural disaster in U.S. history at every stage, from the days in which the Gulf Coast prepared for the approaching hurricane and evacuation procedures began to the moments when the hurricane made it's monstrous landfall and wrecked havoc the region.

    The work of these two professional storm chasers is in much demand, and the pair have shared their Hurricane Katrina photographs and experiences on the Today Show, MSNBC, CNBC, and CNN.



96 pages, 8.5? x 11?, 120 color photos, 50 softcovers per case

softcover
ISBN 10: 1-56037-377-6
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-377-3
$19.95

RELEASE DATE
October 2005

  • includes photographs of Louisiana, including New Orleans, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.
  • Chilling ''before and after? images demonstrate the power of this historic hurricane.
  • Captions detailing personal stories and weather facts accompany the shocking images.
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Hurricane Katrina
Through the Eyes of Storm Chasers
As seen on ABC's
''Good Morning America''

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Jim Reed align= Jim Reed is emerging as one of the world?s most accomplished extreme-weather photographers for his stunning images of America's changing climate. His articles and photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines, including National Geographic, the New York Times, U.S. News & World, Reader?s Digest, and Men?s Journal. His assignments have included work for ABC?s Good Morning America, CNN, Dateline NBC, Popular Science, Scientific American, Twentieth Century Fox, and Warner Brothers Pictures. He is a frequent contributor to Weatherwise magazine.
Mike Theiss align= Mike Theiss has spent nearly a decade working as a professional full-time hurricane chaser and extreme-weather photographer. His footage has appeared in scores of television specials and on networks including National Geographic Channel, NBC Dateline, CNN, The Discovery Channel, and Animal Planet. He is one of The Weather Channel?s most prolific contract photographers. His photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines, including Sports Illustrated for Kids and Field & Stream.


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