After the immense success of hosting Mark Helliwell a few weeks ago, Sale Photographic Society have the renowned Natural History photographer Andrew Parkinson coming to visit on Thursday the 21st March with his enthralling talk entitled :
“British Wildlife Through The Seasons”
Venue : St Mary’s Church Centre, Moss Lane, Sale Cheshire M33 6GD – 8.00pm
Andrew is one the foremost Natural History Photographers in the country, and as a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine and one of Europe’s most recognised Natural History photographers Andrew has more than 50 individual awards to his name and his images consistently feature in all of the world’s most prestigious wildlife photographic competitions. He is also the most successful photographer in the history of the British Wildlife Photography Awards with 4 category wins and 27 individual awards. Andy works exclusively with animals and birds that are wild and free and is renowned for his uncompromisingly ethical approach.
He has appeared numerous times on television, on shows such as The One Show, BBC News, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, Wild about Wales and a memorable piece on Countryfile where he attempted to teach comedian Jo Brand how to capture images of wildlife.
Andrew’s website : https://www.andrewparkinson.com
£8 on the door to cover the costs, which includes coffee/tea and biscuits. Doors open at 7.30pm for 8.00pm start.
Contacts :- John Earnshaw firstname.lastname@example.org 0772 986 3231 or 0161 969 7379
or John McNally email@example.com 0788 438 1640 or 0161 945 0430