Meet the scientists we've bearded so far and see the diversity of their research locations.
A New Perspective
"The Bearded Lady Project" is a documentary film and photographic project celebrating the work of female paleontologists and highlighting the challenges and obstacles they face.
Our project is well under way...
...but we are not for profit! We need your help to keep things moving forward.
Once completed, proceeds will go towards a scholarship fund to support female students pursuing paleontological field research.
Back in February, Lexi pulled together her female friends and colleagues in the Cincinnati film industry to make a group portrait with the talented women she often has the privilege of working with. She thought there would be a handful of people willing to partake in the group portrait, but to her surprise, nearly 30 […]
As we traveled north to Washington, DC, the sun shone brightly as melting icicles clung to road signs and trees. We went to the south hoping for slightly warmer temperatures and arrived on the coldest week of the year. Oh well. Our roadtrip to DC featured a stop in Richmond, VA for lunch at a […]
When Kelsey and I traveled to Vancouver to attend our first scientific conference, the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting, we had no clue what we were getting into. We were in search of paleontologists to include in our film and exhibition, but where to find them in the sea of geoscientists before us? With […]