Ashley Cooper is an environmental photographer who has always been passionate about the environment in general and years Global Warming in specific – he has been documenting the effects of the climate crisis for the last 11 years. His trips have taken him to many parts of the world with his particular interest being in capturing images that graphically demonstrate the impact of global warming, on people, places and wildlife.
Dallas Campbell is one of the most versatile and well-travelled factual presenters working in the industry. He has presented some of the most ambitious landmark series across the BBC, such as City in the Sky with Dr Hannah Fry and Stargazing Live with Dara O'Brian and Brian Cox, which included broadcasting Astronaut Tim Peake's historic live launch to the International Space Station and was nominated for a BAFTA. He is the host of Nat Geo’s series Science of Stupid and continues to regularly present for the Horizon Guide series on BBC4. In 2016 he went back in time to re-create 'Television's First Night', for the 80th anniversary of BBC television. Dallas is a regular contributor to the BBC's science magazine Focus, The Times' Eureka magazine and has written for The Observer.
Georgina Pavellin has been at Olympus for nearly 10 years and has past marketing experience from various industries. Raising awareness of important topics and supporting photographers combines her personal enthusiasm for marketing, environmental issues and art. Having her art work published from age 15 and supporting the launch of a gallery at 18, imagery is more than a career, it's a passion.
Liz Bonnin is a biochemist, wild animal biologist, and TV presenter working on such shows as BBC One's Top of the Pops. She later returned to her first love: science, completing a Masters in Wild Animal Biology and Conservation. Liz's main interests during her studies were animal behaviour and intelligence and big cat conservation.
Michael AW is a wildlife photographer, explorer, and ocean advocate who now serves as the executive director for Dr Sylvia Earle’s latest project DEEP HOPE; an organisation set up to build two 1000m state-of-the-art commercial and tourist class submersibles for a two year-round the world mission to explore the mesopelagic zone. The primary objective of DEEP HOPE is to inspire and inform the public of the important of our ocean in time of climate change. Michael has been an advocate for Sylvia Earle Alliance Mission Blue. He was instrumental in securing the HOPE SPOT status for Gardens of the Queen, Cuba and Bunaken Marine Park, North Sulawesi Indonesia.
Terry Fuller is Chief Executive of CIWEM, he is responsible for the delivery of the Institution’s strategic aims, its services to members and the public interest. He has nearly 30 year’s experience as a River and Coastal flood risk manager having delivered major projects in some of the world’s most beautiful and challenging locations.