Topic - Music Photography.
His early photographic career in music photography producing iconic pictures of well know musicians from the 1970's through to 2000. This was where it all started with his first big break.
Topic - From Rocking to Horses.
The transition from music to equestrian photography and filming. Simon has worked with some amazing clinicians with his filming regularly seen on both US and UK satellite and terrestrial TV stations.
Topic - It Rained in Namibia.
The final step in his transformation to being a conservation photography and camera man. This presentation documents his work in Namibia (his second home....if he could afford too).
Topic - AfriCat Predator conservation
A photographer's tale about tails! This is an expanded presentation taking the second half of his It rained in Namibia talk and diving deeper into the world of conservation and human wildlife conflict.
New for 2018 - Retrospective.
A two hour talk feature many of Simon's images, plus some new ones across all the disciplines he has worked in. This is an ideal presentation for after dinner talks, and clubs which have received all the talks above over a few years!
New for 2018 - Human Wildlife Conflict - Schools Talk.
While entertaining, this talk is ideal for the younger audience (Senior school). With great images, tales of photography, but the important message of how we should be more responsible for wildlife whether its at home or elsewhere.
Simon is available as an after dinner speaker, along with other events, and you should contact him to discuss your requirements directly.
Simon not only is an accomplished photographer and cameraman, he is also a powerful speaker. His speaking engagements provide a passionate, humorous, and engaging highlight to an evening. His experience in the corporate world working for some of I.T.s most iconic organisations allows him to empathise with employees, and engage in difficult areas. One of his exclusive corporate talks focuses on a narrative revolving around mental health. A regular contributor and founder of The Ethical horsemanship Association, Simon is known for producing stimulating and thought provoking blogs about the human brain along with his passion for conversation. His style of communication makes the narrative an easy to digest communication of thoughts.