I have worked at the Natural History Museum in London for over ten years in a variety of roles; including running the live tropical butterfly house, as a behind the scenes tour guide, visitor assistant and in the entomology and earthworm research labs and collections. I am also a trustee and tutor for the Earthworm Society of Britain (yes, there is such a thing) and am very passionate about all aspects of natural history but particularly engaging people in the world of the humble but super important earthworm.
About my Talks...
My talks typically last for 40 – 50 minutes with extra time after for any questions but I am happy to tailor the timings and content of my talks to your group and needs.
My talks are typically delivered with a Powerpoint presentation, I have my own laptop but would need the use of a projector OR I can do stand alone talks if you don’t have a projector available.
All of my talks are currently available virtually.
I charge £75 (excluding travel) for my talks, which are typically 40 – 50 minutes long plus time for questions. If you are looking for a longer or tailor-made talk for your group then the fee may vary depending on your requirements, but please contact me and we can discuss this.
Travel expenses claimed would be from public transport.