Cape Town Programme 2018 - Saturday December 1st

 SATURDAY 1st DECEMBER 2017

NEDBANK AUDTORITUM, CAPE TOWN.

09.00 A few words from Wild Shots founders, Harriet Nimmo and Sophie Dandridge

09.05 Welcome by Anthony Nicklin, Manager of the Hans Hoheisen Trust

09.10 Introduction by the host for the day, Brandon de Kock

09.15  Getting Started: My early inspiration, my big break, my first sale
Opening words from Brent Stirton, Britta Jaschinski & Staffan Widstrand

09.45 My Life in the Wild – a decade in a tent Hannes Lochner (SA)

10.05  Further Adventures of Vincent the Snail – macrophotography at its most fun!                                                                                                                                        Marcus Jooste

10.25    Coffee/tea break and exhibition area

10.55 The Wild Wonders Concept – reaching new audiences Staffan Widstrand                                                                                                                                                                  (Sweden)

11.15     Botswana’s Wildlife – my inspirational story Edwin Morolong (Botswana)

11.30 Wild Shots Outreach – cameras, kids and conservation Mike Kendrick (UK/SA)

11.50 Pangolin.Africa – saving Africa’s most trafficked animal Helena Atkinson (SA)

12.00 Confiscated – calling for justice Britta Jaschinski (Germany)

12.30 Lunch, exhibition area and book signings

13.15  Community Inclusion – conservation with a human face Anton Crone

13.20 The Sentinels – celebrating South Africa’s cranes Daniel Dolpire (SA)

13.40 Photoshop – I’ll tell you my lies, will you tell me yours? David Gulden (USA / Kenya)

14.00 Capturing a Keeper – the cost of it all Andre Cloete (SA)

14.20 Wild Land – a four-year journey to Earth’s last remaining wilderness Peter & Beverley Pickford

14.45 Coffee/tea break and exhibition area

15.15   Can you move that tree – tips, tricks and tales from a photo-guide Dennis Smith (Botswana)

15.35   Water and Energy – creating underwater imagery with a difference Allen                                                                                                                                                  Walker (SA)

15.55 KEYNOTE: Conservation in Crisis – getting the message across Brent Stirton (SA/USA)

16.45    Thank you and close by Brandon de Kock

16.50 – 18.00 Bouchard Finlayson wine reception