Documentary filmmaker and wildlife photographer Carole Amore has traveled to remote parts of the world in pursuit of adventure. Her passion is the Asian tiger and she has written books, produced films and created museum exhibits to spread awareness of this endangered creature.

Birth: 1953

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Education: B.S. and Sub-Doctoral in Clinical/Organizational Psychology

Occupation: Executive Producer, Filmmaker, Photographer, Author, and Global Leadership Development Consultant

Expeditions: Indian Jungle, African Predators, Arctic-Polar Bears, and American National Parks Favorite Place To Be: Filming wild Bengal tigers from on top of an Asian elephant

Best Discoveries: Developing an award-winning wild Bengal Tiger film, TIGERS-Tracking a Legend, and 2020 BEST Multi-Media e-book and print book for 20 Ways To Track A Tiger Favorite Items In The Field: Professional HD video cameras and playback monitors

Personal Heroes: Sylvia Earle, Cady Coleman Hobbies: Global wildlife/cultural film/photo explorations


Advice: The soul never thinks without an image. Find them all around you


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