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Alumni Webinar: Into the Blue

 
Location
Online (web-based course)
Date(s)
Wednesday 24th January 2018 (00:00)
Contact
For all enquiries, please contact alumni-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk
Registration URL
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/alumni/howwecanhelpyou/alumni-webinar-event-registration.aspx
Description

 Roger Munns filming underwater ©BBCDan Beecham credited

Free alumni webinar: Into the Blue

Start your 2018 by joining Blue Planet II underwater cameraman Roger Munns (Mathematics, 1996) for our next alumni webinar.

This 20 minute discussion will give you a chance to see footage of Roger working underwater, clips he shot for Blue Planet II, and an interactive session during which you can ask Roger questions about his work and what inspires him

If you would like to submit a question in advance of the webinar, please email alumni-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk. You will also be able to submit questions during the webinar itself.

All those registered will be sent an email 48 hours before the webinar starts with instructions on how to acess the webinar via Adobe Connect.

About our speaker

Roger Munns headshot ©RogerMunns

Roger is an Emmy award-winning underwater cameraman based in Sabah, Malaysia and the UK.  Specialising in natural history and documentary film-making, he has worked extensively on Blue Planet II as well as other landmark BBC natural history productions such as Life, Life Story and Life in Cold Blood.

Having graduated from Nottingham in 1996, Roger first fell in love with scuba diving in Australia when he worked as a dive master in Byron Bay and the Great Barrier Reef. After moving to Malaysia, he was offered a position as a videographer with a company called Scubazoo. Roger had always loved taking photographs on land, wanted to put his two passions together, and jumped at the chance!

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