Tim Flach Lecture ‘Endangered’ at his studio- 20 April 2018

30 April 2018

SIG: Medical

Photos: Tim Flach Studio

About 50 people attended (RPS members, IMI members and non-member) Tim Flach’s lecture on ‘Endangered’ at his studio in London on 20 April.

After light refreshment all went downstairs in his studio for Tim’s presentation which was very well illustrated on a large screen with his amazing images of endangered animals which he shot for his current book.

Animal photographer Tim Flach presented images from Endangered, a project that was realised over a period of two years to document animals on the edge of extinction - some iconic, some lesser-known. In Kenya, he has stood and looked the very last male northern white rhino in the eye. In the waters off the coast of the Galapagos Islands, he has watched hammerhead sharks circling serenely above. In Mexico, he has turned his gaze upward to see thousands of monarch butterflies filling the sky like golden confetti. Tim Flach questions the way we communicate through animal representation, to better connect people to the natural world.

Tim’s lecture was amazing, educational, informative and all were very appreciative. The evening was a great success with some very positive feedback.

RPS and IMI would like to thank Tim Flach and his staff for hosting the event.