Photography Talk – Phil Savoie

From Phil’s website: I’m a biologist, photographer and filmmaker.  I joined the BBC Natural History Unit in 1994 as a producer/director/cameraman.  For a photograph- obsessed field biologist being able to travel the globe shooting animal behaviour in locations I’d only dreamed of was magic.  My work can be seen across BBC output including Planet Earth, Life of Mammals, Deep Jungle, Congo, Wild Africa, Life in the Undergrowth and the Natural World series.  Now freelance with years of visual media experience from my early days picture-editing National Geographic staff to testing lenses and cameras used for Planet Earth.  I’m an enthusiastic public speaker and enjoy sharing my passion with others.  I have a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, a Master of Science in photography and a Master of Fine Arts in film.  I love to shoot; photography is my passion.  You’ll find me in the lush green Welsh valleys, camera in hand chasing bees, birds, trees and the Milky Way. Here are some examples of Phil’s images:


Oct 05 2020


7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Remote Zoom Meeting
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