Cape Town Programme 10th October 2020 - to be finalised

We are still in the process of booking speakers and finalising the programme details for Wild Shots 2020. As soon as it is final, it will be posted here. In the meantime, we have left the 2019 programme here to give you an idea of the event format.

08.50    A few words from Wild Shots founders, Harriet Nimmo & Sophie Dandridge
08.55    Welcome by Anthony Nicklin, Manager of the Hans Hoheisen Trust
09.00    Introduction by the host for the day, Brandon de Kock
09.10   Getting started – my inspiration, my big break Michael Poliza (Germany)
09.15    Avoid the Traps – five mistakes even the pros make! Villiers Steyn
09.35    Getting to know your subject – intimate experiences with great white sharks  Chris Fallows                                                                                                                       09.55   Capturing the Kings of Kafue – my Zambian story Isaac Kalio (Zambia)
10.15    Photo Tales – The art of visual storytelling Heinrich van den Berg
10.35    Moving Pictures – photos and film from Wild Shots Outreach Mike Kendrick

11.00 Lunch, exhibition and book signings

13.00   Done with mirrors – the pros and cons of going mirrorless Robbie Aspeling
13.20  Aerial Art – a journey of discovery Jay Roode
13.40  The Last Elephants – tourism, the ultimate conservator? Colin Bell
14.00 From Blurry to Fine Focus – my journey to becoming a pro photo guide Aubrey Tseleng (Botswana)
14.20   Going to the dogs – when your subject takes you over Nick Dyer (UK)
14.40    Who Dares Wins: risk taking and rewards in wildlife photography Janine Krayer (Germany)
15.05                   Coffee/tea break, book signings and exhibition area

15.40    Living in the Anthropocene: documenting humanity’s greatest challenge Ian Michler

16.00    Eyes over Africa – how my life changed through photography Michael Poliza   (Germany)

16.50    Thank you and close by Brandon de Kock
17.00 – 18.00     Bouchard Finlayson wine reception

Please note there maybe last minutes changes to the programme, speakers and timings due to unforeseen circumstances.