LOCATION On-line live talk via ‘Zoom’
TIME 19:00 to 20:30  
Suitability Whilst this course has no content unsuitable for young people, it is primarily aimed at adults

Peter has spent over two decades as a conservation photographer, videographer, nature tourism operator and environmental communicator. In 2017, he was one of the co-founders of SCOTLAND, The Big Picture, a rewilding charity that supports and enables the transformational recovery of nature across Scotland.

Peter Has been a freelance nature and conservation photographer since 1998 and is a founding director of The Wild Media Foundation, the Social Enterprise behind projects such as Tooth & Claw, Highland Tiger and 2020VISION. As part of the dedicated team at ‘SCOTLAND, The Big Picture’., they produce compelling visual media that amplifies the case for a wilder Scotland.

In parallel with his work in conservation media, he ran a photographic tour company for 20 years and has long been an advocate for sustainable nature-based tourism as a mechanism for giving wild nature an economic value.

He is a serving Board Member of Scottish rewilding charity Trees for Life, and a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers.

During this 1.5 hour live ‘Zoom’ video conference, David Southard from Wild Arena, will chat to Peter about the journey from first picking up a camera to using his imagery as part of a major conservation initiative.

With some great pictures to illustrate the conversation, this is a talk that should appeal to anyone with an interest in photography, Scottish nature and conservation planning in the 21st century.


Red deer (cervus elaphus) in heavy snowfall, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.


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