Patrick Kempe

Location: Lymington, Hampshire
About me...

I was in born in 1950. Animals have always been part of my life. I was brought up on the family farm on Exmoor with horses, sheep and cattle. I now live on a New Forest farm with my wife Suzanne. Apart from horses and riding every day, I have made a variety of films in and around the New Forest. I enjoy talking to groups small and large on subjects such as film making, life backstage at equestrian displays and taking part in the New Year’s Day Parade, London. So with many exciting ventures to share with you, I find it easy to talk with motivation and enthusiasm.

About my talks...

All my talks use sound and vision provided by my own equipment, which includes projector, laptop, screen and amplifier / speaker system. I am happy to be flexible with my presentations to suit your group, varying content and length of talk from 40 – 50 minutes to longer as required and I welcome discussion and questions. I look forward to sharing with you subjects about which I am passionate.


£60 – £95 inclusive of travel depending on size of group and locality within 30 mile radius on the mainland from Lymington, which takes in parts of Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire. I am available day time or evening. Please enquire about fees for longer distances or special requirements.

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The Making of Films of Local Interest

The Making of Films of Local Interest (in and around the New Forest, Hampshire and Dorset, Classic Boats and Classic Aircraft).

How it all started, equipment, filming,research, editing, production. According to where and to whom I am speaking, I incorporate relevant films that I have made to suit the talk.
Excerpts taken from, for example, Wartime Airfields of the New Forest or The Last Sunderland Flying Boat, Dorset Coastline, Parish of Boldre, Parish of Milton, Parish of Milford & Keyhaven and the Lymington and others as well.
At the end of the presentation there are opportunities to chat and ask questions, discuss or reminisce.
‘Roll camera and Action!’

Working Backstage with one of the World's top Equestrian Display Artist.

The excitement builds, the scene is set, the horses are ready. The curtains pull back and the horses canter in. This talk is about the life, the training, preparation and the music that goes into any display. The dedication of the artist, the joy of the horses. An audio visual talk that will amaze you. One man, 16 loveable horses. Seeing is believing.

New Year’s Day Parade, London (The World’s largest New Year’s Day Parade)

The sights and sounds of London looked at in a totally different light as huge floats, marching bands, horses, acrobats and jugglers make their way along Piccadilly, Regents Street and Whitehall. This Powerpoint presentation, with professional photography, is from my own personal point of view having taken part with horses over the last four years.
‘Happy New Year!’

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