2020VISION Natural Media Roadshow

by Inga Yandell

2020VISION is the most ambitious nature photography project ever staged in the UK. It aims to engage and enthuse a massive audience by using innovative visual media to convey the value of restoring our most important but often fragmented natural habitats—to show that healthy ecosystems are not just for wildlife, but are something fundamental to us all.

This month, 2020VISION hits two UK cities in one week, with THE VISION! theatre show taking place in Bristol and Edinburgh.

Supported by John Muir Trust and hosted by renowned nature photographer Peter Cairns, alongside award-winning photographers Andy Rouse, Alex Mustard, Mark Hamblin and Bertie Gregory, these events promise spectacular images, music and personal anecdotes from this ground-breaking conservation photography project.

The photographers will present a fascinating insight into the ethos behind 2020VISION, reveal inspiring stories from throughout the country where our natural ecosystems are being repaired and re-connected, and showcase some of the very best wildlife and landscapes the UK has to offer.

Using the power of visual imagery—unique in its ability to communicate on an emotional level—2020VISION will inspire and inform a massive audience.

More information and tickets (including discounted student tickets) can be found at: www.2020v.org/calendar.asp

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Inga Yandell
Explorer and photo-journalist, passionate about nature, culture and travel. Combining science and conservation with investigative journalism to provide educational resources and a platform for science exploration.
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