The About page gives biographical information, plus background on my trips and expeditions, photography and travel, wildlife and ecology talks and courses.
Click on the Illustrated Talks or Courses pages to download my latest 2017/18 Brochures containing talks summaries, booking details, costs etc.
On the Schools page you can download my Brochures for Primary and Secondary Schools featuring illustrated talks suitable for pupils from KS 1 up to KS 4 and 6th Form.
Please take a look – it’s just over 5 minutes long – and let me have your comments. Here is the link : andersonimages2017 and I hope you enjoy it.
You can buy digital files or high quality photo paper or canvas prints of my images, please use the Contact Me box on the Talks or Courses pages, and send details of the image(s) and size you wish to purchase. Prints up to A3, and through an associate, prints up to A1 in size, in high quality photographic papers and canvas can be provided. I also offer beautiful sets of high quality A6 blank notelets/cards featuring my most popular polar images.
Feedback is absolutely vital for any business and I encourage and welcome comments from schoolchildren and adults on my photography, lecturing and course work at every opportunity. Constructive feedback enables me to improve my portfolios, lectures and courses for future groups and classes.
On the Endorsements page, you can read comments and endorsements I have received from the public and professional colleagues across the world over recent years.
In addition to phone or email, you can get in touch via the Contact Me boxes on the Talks & Courses pages, or using the Pinterest, LinkedIn and facebook links below, with any questions or comments you may have regarding this site, or any suggestions to improve the visitor experience. Hope you enjoy my images and various posts, thanks for visiting.
Copyright : All images in the portfolio pages of this website are the property of Brian Anderson. Posts and blogs on this website may occasionally include ‘free use’ material from external sources for the purposes of limited private and educational use, as defined under the 1988 Copyright Designs and Patents Act (UK). External material is never used for commercial purposes, and where available, the source of all such material is stated.