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Talk: A Journey not Travelled

Event info

In recent years environmental destruction and climate change have become an increasing focus of Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson's artistic practice and the conduct of their photographic business.

In this talk Ted and Morag will share tips on taking a more environmentally conscious approach to landscape photography,  exploring how working locally can inspire a profound sense of connection to place, which in turn can nurture originality, creativity and thought provoking imagery.  They will identify some of the measures they have incorporated into their own practice and showcase examples of relevant work, including projects from the Southern Uplands in Scotland and the Maritime Alps in Italy.  

Ted and Morag are award-winning, professional landscape photographic artists based both in Italy and Scotland. Their striking imagery is widely published and has been exhibited around the world.  They work both collaboratively and individually, on many diverse projects using both digital and analogue methodology.


This will be an online talk with up to 100 participants.  Tickets will go on sale on 27 August.  Ticket sales will close on 26th September to allow time to process bookings and send the video link to participants.  A link to join the talk will be emailed to participants shortly after this.

To attend this event you will need to download and install Zoom software.

Event times are stated in UK time.


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Event Organiser

Mark Reeves


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