Conservation through Photography – an evening with Jamie Hall and Mathew Frith

28 May 2015

19:00 - 21:00

Camley Street Natural Park
12 Camley Street
United Kingdom

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London Wildlife Trust Members£15.00 
Non RPS Member£20.00 
RPS Member£15.00 

Conservation through Photography  – an evening with Jamie Hall (Pro Photographer) and Mathew Frith (London Wildlife Trust Director of Policy & Planning)

Jamie Hall is a professional photographer who has been working on showing the plight of urban deer crossing the deadly M25. He will talk on animal conservation and show his astounding portfolio of urban photographs.

Mathew Frith is Director of Policy and Planning at London Wildlife Trust. He will discuss the work of the Trust and how photography can improve nature conservation. You will have a chance to make links with your local Trust projects and reserves as well as look around Camley Street Natural Park.

Camley Street Natural Park is a special example of nature conservation at the heart of London. Right behind Kings Cross Station, 2 acres of reserve are looked after on the banks of Regent’s Canal.

Image © Jamie Hall

Ticket price includes a glass of wine

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Hearing and access requirements

The site is wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs are welcome

Region: London