I regularly lecture to photographic and natural history societies both in Ireland and the UK. While I consider myself to be a general natural history photographer, I have a particular passion for macro photography. I have spent a considerable part of my photographic career documenting my native flora and fauna, along with many other natural history subjects in Ireland, parts of Europe and the Mediterranean.

As a natural history photographer, my work is wide-ranging covering many different topics and projects. As an active conservationist, I am passionate about the work I do and the subjects that appear in front of my lens. Due to other photographic commitments, I am only able to offer lectures between September and March.

Currently, I do a limited number of online lectures for various natural History and Photographic organisations, although most of my lectures are audence-based which I prefer. 

If you are interested, then please contact me for further information and availability.