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Schools' Inspirational Speaker Events

07 Feb
21 Mar 2019
Matthew Murray Photographer

These events are for schools, colleges and universities only.

Jack Perks Wildlife Photographer
Thursday 7th February
10:15am – 11:30am, doors open 9.45am

Jack Perks is a photographer who specialises in wildlife and underwater photography. Wildlife has always been a passion of Jack’s, and he particularly likes to photograph the less liked of our species like reptiles, insects and fish. Jack also runs short courses at NTU and lectures at Nottingham University. You might have seen his work on Springwatch, Country file,The One Show and The Great British Year.

Matthew Murray
Advertising photographer

Thursday 21st March 2019
10.15 - 11.30am, doors open 9.45

Matthew Murray, based in Birmingham, is predominantly known for his advertising campaigns shot for some of the world’s leading ad agencies. His work includes campaigns for IKEA, Thomson Holidays, easyJet and many more. He also completes personal photography projects, such as capturing portraiture of the Ska scene, street photography or most
recently, his in-depth exploration of one of the most beautiful and foreboding British landscapes, Saddleworth Moor.

Matthew's career as a visual artist spans almost 30 years. His professional versatility and exceptional creativity has seen him commissioned on the strength of his personal work shooting above the line advertising campaigns for some of the world’s leading advertising agencies and working alongside some of the most creative Art and Creative Directors in the business - Trevor Beattie,
Graham Cappi, James Gillham, Richard Flintham, Al Moseley, David Hellqvist and Terry Jones. Murray is also commissioned and publishes personal projects in the likes of VICE, i-D Magazine, Port Magazine, FD Magazine, The Netherlands, The Guardian, Dazed Digital, Feature Shoot.

Find out more about Matthew’s work at:

Booking is essential as places are limited. Please contact: with the total number of places you require (students and adults) and any access requirements.