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Celebrating the world’s best nature photography.


Wildscreen is partnering with Natural History Museum, London's Wildlife Photographer of the Year to host WildPhotos, which takes place in Bristol on Sunday 13th October. Delegates will be able to join the event both in person and online.


A world-class line-up of speakers will come together for a unique programme of talks and panels at Bristol Aquarium that will explore the triumphs and challenges of capturing nature in photography, as well as the future of the genre. 


Kathy Moran, current Jury Chair for Wildlife Photographer of the Year and formerly National Geographic Magazine's Deputy Director of Photography, will produce and host the event. The line-up will feature unique talks and panels featuring more than a dozen of the world's leading wildlife photographers. The event is aimed at professional and amateur photographers, industry thought leaders, photography suppliers, and conservationists.


Headlining at the event will be Thomas P Peschak, National Geographic Photographer, Explorer and NGS Storytelling Fellow who specialises in documenting both the beauty and fragility of the world’s oceans, islands and coasts. Originally trained as a marine biologist, he embraced photojournalism 15 years ago and is now Director of Storytelling for Save Our Seas Foundation.  His images and stories have been awarded 17 times in Wildlife Photographer of the Year and received seven World Press Photo Awards.


The event will also feature a specially curated selection of images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s community collection displayed in a public exhibition on College Green, celebrating the best of the world’s wildlife and conservation photographers.




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 Full Hybrid Pass  All  £135  30 April 2024  13 Oct 2024
 Concession Hybrid   Pass 

 Under 25s, students in full-time   education, unemployed, over   65s/retired, residents of LDC coutries -  a list can be found here

 £67.50  30 April 2024  13 Oct 2024
 Virtual Pass  All  £25  30 April 2024  13 Oct 2024



13 October 2024

Bristol Aquarium

Anchor Road
BS1 5TT England
United Kingdom

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