Jeremy Gould had the wonderful opportunity of working at the BBC Natural History Unit, Bristol for more than 10 years. As part of a BBC Film Crew he worked with Sir David Attenborough on "Life On Earth" and "The Living Planet". He tells his story of travelling overseas to photograph Natural History in the raw. Sometimes arduous, always exciting and mostly very enjoyable and great fun. From the Equator to the Antarctic he reveals what it is like to be on the front line of movie making on film.
Monday 16 April 2018 at 7.15pm for the talk to begin at 8pm
Tickets cost £20 each including a glass of wine and homemade canapés.
If you wish to reserve tickets you can call or text Vanessa Daubney on 07884 432133 or alternatively send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org