23 March 2023

Q & A with wildlife photographer Neil McIntyre

  • Location / Venue:The Queen Mother Room, The Black Watch Museum, Perth
  • Date / Time: 23 March 2023 at 6:45PM
  • Organiser:Rory Donaldson
  • Price: £0
  • Places available 34

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Chasing The Deer

GWCT Scotland will be hosting an evening with Neil to discuss his life growing up in a family of deer stalkers and his most recent book, “Chasing the deer”.

Guests will arrive at 6.45pm for a drink before the Q & A with Neil, hosted by Linda Mellor with questions from the floor.

About Neil McIntyre

Neil lives and works in the Cairngorm National Park where he runs his wildlife photography tours and image library. His work is widely published and used in many national magazines like the BBC Wildlife magazine and national newspapers while Nature Scot, the Cairngorm National Park Authority and the John Muir trust are amongst his clients. He has won many awards over the years in Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitions including the Eric Hoskings Award two years running.

Following the success of his first book “The Red Squirrel – A Future in the Forest” he decided to attempt a second book, this time focusing on the red deer in the Scottish Highlands. “Chasing the Deer” was published in October 2021 and will be discussed on the evening. Neil has been fascinated by red deer all his life and they have been central to his careers and in this stunning collection of photographs he invites you to know and respect them as he does.

Neil will have copies of his book at the event to purchase or they can be purchased in advance online and he would be happy to sign them on the evening.

About Linda Mellor

We are delighted that Linda Mellor will host the Q&A for us on the evening. Linda lives on a highland sporting estate overlooking Loch Rannoch. She has a lifetime of countryside experience and a deep-rooted love of the outdoors and deer. For more than 20 years Linda has photographed and written about the countryside, in print and online.

In 2019, she published her first nonfiction paperback, ‘For the Love of Country Sports’. The book shares 40 stories of men and women talking about their involvement in country sports: from childhood memories, treasured family moments, wildlife encounters to life-changing personal achievements.

This event is free to attend and GWCT members are welcome to bring guests that are non-members. We would encourage any non-members to make a small donation to GWCT or, ideally, become a member to support the essential work that we do.

GWCT are grateful to Bushwear for their support of the event and look forward to working with them in the coming months