Entries in the ‘Events’

The Societies of Photographers 2019 Convention

Filed in Events on Jan.01, 2019

I presented two masterclasses at the Societies of Photographers 2019 Convention and Trade Show in London. Both of my masterclasses were designed to inspire and show how I work in the field and what’s behind my thought process and images. The title of the event comes over fancy and upmarket but my talks were very down to earth, honest with humour, passion and love for the natural world.


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Conservation with a Camera

Filed in Events on Nov.30, 2018

I’ve just returned from Wex Photo Video​ London HQ, I’d been invited there to give my “Conservation with a Camera”talk. From the moment I first picked up a camera I’ve always wanted to show the beauty of nature and also the not so beautiful things we as humans do to nature and are responsible for. By using my own life experiences, skills and my background I show how my camera speaks for those that cannot speak for themselves.


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Notes from the Field

Filed in Articles, Events, Workshops on Nov.04, 2018

A female Grey Seal sleeping with her plastic necklace around her neck that she never asked for, it was so ingrained that her neck region had completely grown around and over it. Wildlife is paying a high price for our throw away lifestyle.


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North West Birdwatching Festival

Filed in Articles, Events on Oct.10, 2018

I’m delighted to announce that I will be one of the speakers at the North West Birdwatching Festival at WWT Martin Mere alongside the BBC’s George McGavin author Leif Bersweden and Miranda Krestovnikoff. This wonderful event takes place over two days and will be held at a place I know very well, WWT Wetland Center, Martin Mere.


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Hen Harrier Day 2018

Filed in Events on Aug.12, 2018

Hen Harrier day 2018 was celebrated all over the country with many events staggered over two weekends marking this special day. Since the first Hen Harrier day back in 2014 this event has gone from strength to strength as the public have become more aware of the cruelty on our moorlands. The destructive nature of driven grouse shooting on the lead up to, during and after is killing so much wildlife and leaving us with a controlled, managed landscape that only benefits the landowners. 


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