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Endorsements

I met Brian in Antarctica, and his passion for that place was obvious while we were down there. That same enthusiasm also comes through clearly in his images, not only those from the polar zones but from his wide travels to other parts of the globe. His pictures have a special vibrancy and intimacy, and he has a canny knack for capturing the place or the animal with a fresh eye.

Doug Allan, Wildlife Film Maker, BAFTA & Emmy winner

Doug Allan, Wildlife Film Maker, BAFTA & Emmy winner

Brian’s love of Antarctica and his keen eye for the picture combine to produce some wonderful images of the polar environment and wildlife. His knowledge and interest add a unique flavour to his stunning photographic portfolio.

Peter Fretwell, British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Scientist, Cambridge

Peter Fretwell, British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Scientist, Cambridge

Brian’s wonderful images and his knowledge of Arctic and Antarctica wildlife, travel and history make his presentations both entertaining and of great interest to adventurers, polar explorers and cold weather tourists alike’

Andy Chapman, High Altitude Mountaineer and Everest Summiter

Andy Chapman, High Altitude Mountaineer and Everest Summiter

Brian’s stunning Antarctic images capture the raw but ravishing beauty of this remote and unique place.

Dr Jonathan Shackleton, cousin of Sir Ernest Shackleton

Dr Jonathan Shackleton, cousin of Sir Ernest Shackleton

Brian’s ‘Liverpool City of Sculpture’ presentation features artworks which reflect the city’s history, and capture the confidence, commerce, wealth and unique cultural qualities of Liverpool. His colourful images include kings & queens, emigrants, war heroes, philanthropists, pop stars, explorers, fairytale characters, churchmen, politicians and comedians. For lovers of the city this is not to be missed

Tom Murphy, Sculptor and Artist, Liverpool

Tom Murphy, Sculptor and Artist, Liverpool

Brian’s photography is both exceptional and inspirational. He tirelessly continues to travel to collect material for his new presentations, and therefore there is a genuine freshness and originality to his work. His courses are often of interest for non-photographers who simply wish to be inspired by images of the world and tales about them. Touching on the associated themes within social history, literature, nature and life in general, one can come away from courses with Brian with a different way of looking at the world because one has been shown how things look through different metaphorical  lenses – a valuable experience and immensely enriching!

George Cooke, when Deputy Principal, Burton Manor, Adult Residential College, Cheshire

George Cooke, when Deputy Principal, Burton Manor, Adult Residential College, Cheshire

We had a fabulous time with your talk, ‘ANTARCTICA : A Really Cool Place’! The children were gripped from start to finish! Your calm and informal manner was perfect and the information from your photographs alone kept the children talking all day. A perfect end to a very exciting topic on the Antarctic! You are our very own Polar Explorer!

Fiona Barrick, Teacher at St Andrews CoE Primary School, Bebington

Fiona Barrick, Teacher at St Andrews CoE Primary School, Bebington

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