Whale Photographer on the Loose - an evening with Mark Carwardine
We are delighted to announce that the acclaimed writer, broadcaster, naturalist and photographer Mark Carwardine will be giving a special guest talk on the evening of Friday 12th July at our exhibition in the Rosalind Franklin Room at We The Curious.
Known for his co-presenting on the BBC-TV series Last Chance to See with Stephen Fry, and the BBC Radio 4 programme, Nature, as well as his many books, Mark is also a passionate and accomplished photographer, specialising in Whale and marine life. With over 30 years in the field and a wealth of incredible imagery, the talk promises to be both entertaining and informative.
The evening will be introduced and chaired by the award-winning conservation photojournalist Neil Aldridge and time will be given after the main talk for questions and answers to both these accomplished visual communicators.
Tickets for this event are available via Eventbrite and all profits from the ticket sales will be donated to Nurdle and The Beach Guardian, two remarkable marine conservation organisations that are paving the way in the South West of England with their collaborative and dedicated approach to education and conservation action.
Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating and entertaining evening.
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Cover image courtesy Mark Carwardine