Alice is delighted to offer a variety of illustrated talks to local interest groups, including but not limited to Gardening Clubs, Photographic clubs, U3A groups, WI groups and Wildlife groups. The talks currently available are listed below along with some details on duration and respective cost. To read the full description and details please click on the accompanying images. For further information or to book Alice to give a talk at your club meeting or event, please contact Alice to make the necessary enquiries and arrangements.
In recent years, Alice has been fortunate to have the opportunity to guide a number of primarily botany based holidays to some of the largest mediterranean islands. In this talk, she focuses on what makes these islands such special places to visit and why Spring is the perfect time to travel. Covering not only the […]
Since 2016, Alice has been guiding wildlife tours to glorious Greece with a particular focus on the Peloponnese and the area surrounding the Gulf of Corinth. In that time she has been lucky to find that there is a great diversity of wildlife here for those that are interested. Join her in exploring the area through this talk as she takes you through both the common and surprising discoveries she has made and shares her passion for this beautiful part of the world.
Alice grew up on a sheep farm in rural Herefordshire. In this shorter talk she explores how her upbringing as a farm girl led her to her current career path and how this along with her understanding of the natural world shapes her images.
In 2017, Alice and her husband embarked on a month long Antipodean trip taking in a small corner of Australia, part of New Zealand’s north island and Singapore. In this talk, you can hear of their experiences, see some of the beautiful landscapes they travelled through and learn about some of the species they encountered from Kangaroos and Kookaburras, to endangered New Zealand birds, giant wetas and salt water crocodiles.
Alice has been visiting the Alps for almost as long as she can remember but first started to take serious photos of the species she found there just over a decade ago. Since then she has made a number of return trips and built on her portfolio of the area. In this talk she takes you from the high mountain tops to the verdant valleys below exploring how altitude affects the animals and plants to be found there.