Oct 04 2017
Multi award winner Colin Stafford-Johnson, who will visit Town Hall Theatre on Monday 6 November, is the foremost nature and wildlife cinematographer and presenter in Ireland today. Colin could be considered the Irish David Attenborough, given his encyclopedic knowledge of wildlife and nature.
With over 30 years experience, Colin’s in depth understanding and appreciation of wildlife here in Ireland, and in the most remote parts of the world, make him a leading wildlife expert.
On Monday November 6th join the multi-award winning wildlife cameraman and presenter on his Irish tour ‘Living the Wild Life…with Colin Stafford-Johnson’ at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway, Co. Galway.
Share with Colin his amazing natural history stories and go beyond the camera in this action packed adventurous evening.
Colin has lived with wildlife first hand from filming tigers at close range in India to touring Ireland in his camper van. Colin’s shows 'Secret Life of the Shannon', 'Wild Ireland, Edge of the World' and 'Living the Wildlife' have lead to adventures in every corner of our homeland. In his latest adventure ‘Wild Ireland’, Colin discovered Ireland, and in particular the Atlantic coast, with a fresh and invigourating eye. Exploring on a currach, Colin journeyed from the Skellig Islands to the Blasket Islands, the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks and Clew Bay in Mayo.
In India, Colin Stafford-Johnson explored the tiger population which is rapidly declining - something he is passionately concerned about. Colin filmed the BBC documentary ‘A Tiger called Broken Tail’ which featured a mother tiger Maccli and her son, christened Broken Tail by Colin and the crew. In this fascinating film Colin follows the life and adventures of Broken Tail, highlighting the plight of tigers in the wild in another beautiful piece of work by Stafford-Johnson.
Learn about Colin's most special wildlife encounters close to home and abroad in what promises to be a spell binding evening.
How can viewing a pen and ink sketch of a tropical bird at the age of six change your life? How do you become a wildlife cameraman? How do you end up naming the world's most famous tiger? What are the challenges filming the wild, the weird and the wonderful?
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