Currently I am running a workshop series commissioned by the Royal Photographic Society on developing Personal Projects and Story telling. From November 2017 onwards I am running a series of photography workshops at Wildfowl Wetlands Trust (WWT) nature reserves.
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With experience of holding talks, from UK school groups and Russian conservation groups to the Royal Photographic Society, I am comfortable with public speaking and look to engage my audience through my experiences and thoughts. Whether that is focused on conservation efforts or photographic development.
Here is one testimonial from a recent talk in February 2017 "Ben Cherry gave our group, the South Birmingham branch of the Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust, a lively and interesting talk about his work as a wildlife photographer journalist. The talk was illustrated with good photos. He engaged extremely well with the audience and answered their questions knowledgeably. There were lots of questions asked . His presentation style was relaxed and informative and he spoke clearly. Afterwards audience members made several appreciative comments and it was good to hear a talk with some positives. Before the talk he liaised well with the organisers and arrived in plenty of time to get set up. All in all it was a very successful evening." - Elizabeth Seakins Talks Organiser for South Birmingham branch of the Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust.
If you would like to get in touch about holding a talk then please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Talking at the University of Sheffield December 2016 'Ben's presentation and career advice for our current undergraduate students was brilliant. They were so engaged and the group was buzzing with energy afterward. Hearing about Ben's accomplishments was a hugely valuable experience for all students and staff who came and I am sure he has inspired several with the determination to follow a media-related career' - Dr. Millie Mockford, university teacher in Animal and Plant Sciences Department.