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20 years on the lecture circuit

Published January 24th, 2012

I have been giving talks for many years now on nature and wildlife photography. Infact, my first one was some 20 years ago to the Swale Group of the Kent Wildlife Trust. Since then I have, easily, given in excess of 400 to all manner of clubs and societies throughout England in the autumn and winter months, ranging from gardening societies and WI’s to the RPS and National Trust. I just love communicating, whether it be about wildlife in general or nature photography. Typically, at some point, I’ll digress as I recall a particular moment while out in the countryside watching and photographing, a funny (to me, at least) story or get on my soapbox and have a moan or two about current issues, not least the proposed airport on the Thames Estuary…..Grrrrr!! But this, I feel (and hope) gives the talk a personal touch. Otherwise I may as well hand out scripts for the audience to read as I move from one image to another.

It goes without saying that you need to structure a talk, particularly if ...

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Workshops and Tours for the New Year

Published January 4th, 2012

I have just posted a series of new and exciting workshops for 2012 on my website here....


Workshops, in Kent, England, range from half and full-day flower photography to shooting abandoned fishing boats on Dungeness beach. There's a 2 day autumn workshop in the Peak District and, if you're looking for something wild and adventurous, then how about spending a week in Lapland photographing autumn colour and the northern lights or Bison in the primeval forests of Eastern Poland?!

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A week in The Peaks....well, almost!

Published January 1st, 2012

Last October I spent close to a week under canvas photographing the Dark Peak region of the Peak District in Derbyshire. I love this area and have held 5 workshops here over the last 18 months. The weather was a mix of sunshine and cloud, cold and mild. Perfect for landscape and woodland photography!

To read more and to see images from this trip, follow this link....


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