I am a retired nature and landscape photographer living in Colchester, Essex. I have been involved in photography for over 30 years, and have given talks to Camera Clubs, RSPB Groups, Wildlife Trusts, U3A Groups, WI. groups, Probus Groups and Gardening Clubs for nearly 25 years. I am a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society.
Although I photograph any subject, I have always had a keen and active interest in photographing and recording the Natural History and Landscapes found within the British Isles. Consequently, I have put numerous talks together covering birds, mammals, insects and butterflies, reptiles, wild flowers, orchids, and fungi, along with the landscapes in which they are found.
About my Talks...
Most talks last approximately 50 minutes – one hour. If the presentation is required to be in two sections with a coffee/tea break after 45 minutes I can make the necessary adaptations. The talks are given on a digital projector using Pix to Exe software with approximately 120 images in each presentation. I talk about each image as the talk progresses. I bring all my own equipment, laptop, digital projector, table and extension lead and I can bring a screen if necessary.
I am available during daytime and evenings, and can be available at short notice providing I have no other commitments.
I charge £70 for the talks plus travel expenses. I am prepared to travel anywhere within a 75 mile radius of my home in Colchester.