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Under Water: An Evening with Alex MustardUnder Water: An Evening with Alex Mustard

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Under Water: An Evening with Alex Mustard

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Under Water: An Evening with Alex Mustard

Wednesday 21st November, 5pm - 7pm 

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Alex Mustard presents an introduction to professional underwater photography, covering the gear he uses, the key techniques and the work he undertakes in this unusual branch of photography, illustrated by his award winning images taken around the world. 

His photographs have won many awards including regularly in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year – appearing in 10 different books of winning pictures. He is a four-time category winner in the British Wildlife Photography Awards amongst many others. His 2007 book Reefs Revealed, won the International Grand Prize for the best book of underwater photographs, while his 2016 instructional book Underwater Photography Masterclass has rapidly become the most sought after title on the subject and was reprinted just two weeks after its launch.

His photographs have been displayed in exhibitions around the world and a particular highlight was personally presenting his work to Queen Elizabeth II. In 2003 he received the Visions In the Sea Award for Outstanding Contributions to Underwater Photography and recently was given the ADEX 2016 Award for Extraordinary Contribution to Underwater Photography. In 2013, Alex was named GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his image Night Moves. The only time an underwater photograph has won this prestigious award.

Speaker

Alex Mustard

Alex Mustard

Dr Alex Mustard is a former marine biologist who is now widely regarded as one of the world’s leading underwater photographers. His images have won many international awards, including being regularly awarded in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year. He has published several books including his 2016 instructional book Underwater Photography Masterclass, which has rapidly become the most sought after title on the subject and was reprinted just two weeks after its launch. In 2016 he received the ADEX Award for Extraordinary Contribution to Underwater Photography and in 2018 was made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.