I have given 5 talks about my photography to local natural history / photography groups, and one talk about the ecological importance of beavers.

I really enjoy giving talks and would like to do more in future, so if you are interested please send me an email. My talks last between 30-80 mins and include stories about snorkelling with guillemots at sunrise, submerging myself in a river to photograph dippers, and leaning out of windows to photograph urban peregrines.

Some feedback from previous talks:

"Our regular Thursday meeting was one of the best ever, with Cambridge Zoology undergraduate, Joshua Harris, providing a superb presentation. A stunning series of images demonstrated the full range of his youthful enthusiasm and unquestionable talent. His experimentation with unusual and highly effective composition and viewpoints, together with his willingness to sleep in hedges to catch the best light, or climb onto fridges and lean at precarious angles to catch the antics of Peregrine Falcons in their urban habitat, have all combined to make him one of the most exciting and original wildlife photographers around today." Jenny Short, Norton Radstock Photographic Society.

"Everyone in the audience was completely bowled over by your amazing photos." Helena Crouch, Cam Valley Wildlife Group.

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