This will be an online talk with up to 100 places. Tickets sales will close on 12 July to allow time for joining instructions to be sent to participants.
For his book project Shaped by the Sea, photographer Theo Bosboom from the Netherlands explored the Atlantic coast of Europe, in every season and in all kind of weather conditions.
The multi-year project lead him to spectacular beaches – both known and unknown – in Norway, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, France, Portugal and Spain.
Shaped by the sea is a tribute to the power of the sea and to the dynamics of the beach. It shows how the sea is constantly changing and shaping the landscape, it highlights some of the creatures living in the inter-tidal zone (for instance the limpets and sea snails) and it reveals the variety of geological features along Europe's west coast. All this photographed in his own personal style, with a focus on details and often with a fresh perspective.
Theo Bosboom is a passionate photographer from the Netherlands, specialising in nature and landscapes. In 2013, he turned his back on a successful legal career to pursue his dream of being a full-time professional photographer.
Theo’s photographs are regularly published in magazines such as National Geographic (Dutch edition), GEO, Outdoor Photography, BBC Wildlife magazine and OnLandscape. Theo has won numerous awards and recognition in international photography competitions like Wildlife Photographer of the year and European wildlife photographer of the year.
Shaped by the sea is Theo's third photo book, after Iceland pure (2012) and Dreams of wilderness (2015).
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