Renowned wildlife photographer Pete Cairns will be giving a talk about the 2020VISION project at the Birnam Arts Centre on the evening of Thursday 17th September at 7.30pm.
2020VISION is the most ambitious conservation photography project ever staged in the UK. 20 of the country’s top nature photographers spent two years bringing together a library of spellbinding imagery that reminds us why wild nature matters – to everyone. THE VISION, hosted by photographer Peter Cairns, provides an evening of inspirational imagery, music and personal anecdotes as well as an insight into the ethos behind 2020VISION.
Based in the heart of the Cairngorms, Peter Cairns is a nature photographer with fifteen years professional experience under his belt. Author of regular features and five books, he was co-founder of the widely acclaimed Tooth & Claw predator project, along with Wild Wonders of Europe. He is a founding director of The Wild Media Foundation, the social enterprise behind the 2020VISION multimedia project and the body behind the Scottish Nature Photography Festival. Peter is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers and his latest venture, SCOTLAND: The Big Picture, is a pioneering exploration of Scotland’s potential for rewilding and is due for publication in 2016.
Pete has very generously agreed to give the talk for free, with proceeds from the event being split between the Birnam Arts Centre and the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
Tickets are on sale now from the Birnam Arts Centre Box office www.birnamarts.com, tel: 01350 727674 and Loch of the Lowes Visitor Centre (cash only) – Adult £10, Concession (60+/student/disabled) £8, U-16s £5.