Awarding-winning photographer Sam Hobson will talk about his experiences of finding and photographing Bristol’s urban wildlife and offer tips on how to discover nature in your own neighbourhood.
Sam Hobson is a wildlife and conservation photographer, best known for his work with urban wildlife.
He is published regularly in international magazines, books and newspapers and his pictures have been awarded in many competitions.
He specialises in storytelling imagery – shooting photojournalistic conservation stories and crafting stand-alone images that connect the subject with its environment.
Preferring to use short lenses when possible, he combines fieldcraft and technical knowledge with creative lighting to get as close to his subjects as possible, often using remote triggers and camera traps.
Image: © Sam Hobson (United Kingdom) Nosy Neighbour
Concessions are available with proof of identity for 16-18 year olds, students, people over 65, unemployed people, disabled people (carers free), Friends of Bristol Art Gallery and Friends of Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives.