I am an experienced guest speaker and I regularly give illustrated talks and presentations to a wide range of audiences including camera clubs, wildlife interest groups, festivals and to just about anybody who is interested!
In the past, I have presented photography talks at Sheffield Halam University, Cumbria University, WWT Martin Mere, Edinburgh Photographic Society, Great North Museum: Hancock and many more.
If you’d like to discuss a possible event, please feel free to contact me.
Here is my current schedule of arranged talks. Please contact the event location if you wish to attend as a visitor / guest.
|Hexham Photographic Society:||November 24th 2020 – 7.00pm|
|“A Mirrorless Journey in to the Wild”|
|Alnwick & District Camera Club:||January 20th 2021 – 7.30pm|
|Livingston Camera Club:||February 1st 2021 – 7.30pm|
|Gosforth Camera Club:||September 15th 2020 – 7.30pm|
“A Wild Journey: Mirrorless, Portraiture and Context!”
Note, this talk is being presented virtually via the internet.
Thank you very much for taking the time to visit us at Edinburgh Photographic Society and for your splendid presentation.
Your style of presentation was just right and well illustrated with some of your excellent photography. I particularly liked that you gave an insight into the conservation actions and to the animal behaviour and habitat. You also described some of the compositional aspects that lift photographs from the ordinary. The members that I spoke to afterwards all commented that they had enjoyed your presentation.
We were fortunate this week to have Alan give the club a presentation on his wildlife photography.
Alan’s presentation was very informative and his style is open and relaxed. I am not a wildlife photographer but Alan took time to explain why he took each shot he way he had and had all the shooting data to hand to explain how he got the shot. His presentation contained images from the river near his home to the Masai Mara and gave an insight into the lives of the wildlife in each location.
Even after the presentation the members had many questions for Alan which he happily stayed and answered. I look forward to his next visit.