Doug Allan: Wild Images, Wild Life

On Friday 21st July at 7.30pm the Birnam Arts Centre is hosting a very special evening in aid of Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Birnam Arts charity.

Doug Allan is one of the most instantly recognisable names from the world of natural history filmaking. More often found behind than infront of the lens, we’ll hear adventures, encounters and insights from the cameraman whose TV credits include Blue Planet, Planet EarthLifeHuman Planet, Ocean Giants and Frozen Planet.

With stories from behind the scenes, and pictures that appeal to all ages, Doug takes you up close and personal with the animals that live in the wildest places on earth. From polar bears in the north, humpback whale encounters in the tropics, on to leopard seals and emperor penguins in the south.

Doug Allan - Wild Images, Wild Life Friday 21st July 7.30pm Birnam Arts

As Doug says “Put me eye to eye with a big mammal, then I’m in heaven.”

With photographic awards including eight Emmy’s and four BAFTA’s, Doug has twice won the underwater category in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year and has four Honorary Doctorates in recognition of his camerawork, as well as two Polar Medals.

Doug’s book will also be on sale on the night
Freeze Frame – a Wildlife Cameraman’s Adventures on Ice
£25

“Wildlife cameramen don’t come much more special than Doug Allan”
Sir David Attenborough

 

There will be an interval and a raffle as part of the evening.

Tickets are on sale now from the Birnam Arts Centre Box office and Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre. £12 Adults, £10 Concessions (Over 60s, Students, Unwaged, Disabled), £5 Under 26s

 

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On Friday 21st July at 7.30pm the Birnam Arts Centre is hosting a very special evening in aid of Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Birnam Arts charity. Doug Allan is …

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