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Submitted by Doug on Mon, 07/04/2016 - I have presentations coming up in Scotland and Ireland later this year.
Tickets are now on sale for my Irish Autumn tour IN THE COMPANY OF GIANTS 27th October Letterkenny, An Grainan Theatre 0 October Drogheda, Barbican Theatre 0 October Bray, Mermaid Arts Centre 01272 4030 October Belfast, Lyric Theatre 028 9038 1081 1st November Derry, Waterside Theatre 028 7131 4000 November Galway, Town Hall 091 569 777 ie 3rd November Dundalk, Spirit Store 0 November Dublin, Axis Ballymun 01883 2100 November Waterford, Theatre Royal 051 874 402 November Westport, Town Hall Theatre 098 28459 November Clifden, Station House 095 216 99 November Ballybofey.
A collection of my pictures from encounters and experiences on shoots worldwide.
No reasons in particular for the shots though there's something quietly wonderful about how I can remember the circumstances of every single one.
Braving the elements and depths of the Antarctic and Arctic Oceans, Doug has produced a fascinating 240 page book filled with exceptional photographs and secrets of life behind the lens, giving you a peek into the often hostile yet inspiring world of a wildlife cameraman.
Have you ever been watching one of the BBC’s groundbreaking wildlife documentaries and thought “How did he get that shot?!” – well now you can find out the incredible stories behind the images in Doug Allan’s debut book.Balor Arts Centre 0 November Ennis, Glor 0 ie 11th November Carlow, Visual Centre 0 November Armagh, Market Place Theatre 028 3752 1821 November Limerick, Lime Tree Theatre 061 774774 November Cork, The Everyman 0 in Scotland I'm doing several talks for the Royal Scottish Geographical Society for their programme Inspiring People Details to follow shortly Doug Allan is a freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman who films both topside and underwater.His equipment includes Sony PMW 200camera and Canon stills cameras with housings for both.
Born in 1951 in Scotland, he graduated with an honours degree in marine biology from Stirling University in 1973.
On completion of his degree, he decided that science at the sharp end wasn’t quite where he sought to be.