Wex Seminar : Conservation with a Camera

Filed in Articles on Sep.10, 2018

I’m pleased to announce Wex Photo Video​ have invited me to their London HQ to give a talk on Thursday 29th November. From the moment I picked up a camera Ive always wanted to show the beauty of nature and also the not so beautiful things we as humans do and are responsible for. By using my own life experiences, skills and my background I will show how my camera speaks for those that cannot speak for themselves.

From the issues wildlife face here in the UK to those species hanging onto life in far away countries that are suffering due to human conflict, poaching, deforestation, palm oil, pet trade and much more I will show you what we are doing to those creatures entrusted into our care and the planet we live on during my moving talk.

The word conservation means many things to many different people, for me it means simply to care, to love and to protect wildlife.It doesn’t really need a title because put plainly if you care about animals then you want to help them and care for them. It’s something inside you that comes to the surface once you see an animal in pain or distress or you witness something you want to try and change and help with.

Putting together conservation and photography can be very powerful, combining these two elements they can have a profound impact that can move people to such a degree that change can and does happen. We can all do something to help those creatures we live alongside and this is the message I try and convey within my photography. You can see some examples of this on my conservation page on my website here.

To view the event and book then please click here. I look forward to seeing some of you at this event, many thanks.


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