Harry Borden was the RPS/Photographic Angle over-30 year old Environmental Bursary recipient. Harry collaborated with the writer Mireille Thornton, to produce Four Hugs Wide and Into the Trees. The work explores our relationship with the arboreal through stories of people who love, live and work with trees and woodland across Great Britain. The project considers a world where people acknowledge our species as part of a larger ecosystem and live their lives accordingly.
Harry will be in conversation with Dr Michael Pritchard, the RPS's Director, Education and Public Affairs, where he will discuss his wider career and work, and specifically this bursary project.
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The RPS Bursaries are now open for submissions, this first closing date is the 8 June. For more information visit https://rps.org/opportunities/
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