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Chris Bray Photography Presentation
Tue., 21/03/2017, 6:00 pm
CameraPro and world renowned wildlife & travel photographer, Chris Bray, invite you to our special evening to learn about Chris’s extraordinary career and his top tips for travel photography.
Chris Bray grew up sailing round the world and then lead world-first arctic expeditions before becoming an award-winning Australian Geographic photographer, Lowepro ambassador and Canon's Australian ambassador for five years.
Chris's work has appeared in everything from National Geographic (as well as Australian and Canadian Geographic) to TIME Magazine and Discovery Channel. He's written a successful book 'The 1000 Hour Day', is a councillor of The Australian Geographic Society and also founder and CEO of Conservation United, crowd-funding the world's critical conservation projects.
Please join us to share Chris's great annecdotes and learn how to unlock the creative potential of your camera to make your holiday memories shine through his experience of running Australia's largest photo tour operation. If you enjoy the evening you may wish to attend his popular 1 Day Photography Course at Australia Zoo on Saturday 25th March to further your skills, run by Chris’s staff Jonathan Ives and CameraPro’s Louise Wright!
One hour presentation with meet and greet and Q&A
Chris from Chris Bray Photography will be giving away one ticket to the 1 Day Photography Course (values at $480) on 25th March during his talk at CameraPro! Be sure to attend on the evening to be in the running to win this fantastic prize.
Light refreshments provided
Chris Bray still leads many of the Chris Bray Photography tours and his passion for wildlife, photography and wild places continues to drive our growth. Chris grew up sailing around the world then leading world-first cart-hauling expeditions across the arctic before becoming an award-winning Australian Geographic photographer, Lowepro ambassador and Canon’s Australian ambassador for five years. Chris’s work has appeared in National Geographic and Discovery Channel along with Australian Geographic, and TIME Magazine. He’s also an accomplished writer, with feature articles published around the world and even a successful book 'The 1000 Hour Day' (now an award-winning documentary 'The Crossing'), sits on the advisory committee for The Australian Geographic Society and is founder and CEO of Conservation United, crowd-funding the world’s critical conservation projects. Chris is also an International Fellow of 'The Explorers Club' and has been chairman of their Australia and New Zealand chapter. Chris and his wife Jess are also keen high-latitude sailors, recently becoming the first people to sail a junk-rig boat through the Northwest Passage over the arctic, on their little 29-foot wooden sailboat 'Teleport'. Australian Geographic Society's 'Young Adventurer of the Year' in 2004 for a Tasmanian wilderness hike, Chris has also been awarded their 'Spirit of Adventure' medal in 2009.
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