Tue, 03 Nov|
November Breakfast Networking
Paul Chambers, of Paul Chambers Photography, will be talking about how as we live and love in a time of COVID-19, we dwell more than ever in possibility and how in light of this, he is attempting the long view and living life on life’s terms, as his friend Bill W suggests ‘a day at a time’.
Time & Location
03 Nov 2020, 07:45 – 9:00
Muse Café, Marina Court, Glategny Esplanade, St Peter Port GY1 1WP
About the Event
Our November speaker will be Paul Chambers of Paul Chambers Photography.
A curious traveller and former doctor of trees; Paul found himself leading an Ecumenical community in Guernsey for 10 years before moving on to working in the Criminal Justice System for another decade developing Restorative Practices.
Now, in the second half of a century on Planet Earth, he is exploring the next chapter with all the creative opportunities it promises.
Paul studied fine art at Cheltenham College of Art in the late 80s and explored photojournalism in the 00's with Christian Aid and Amos Trust in Ghana, Tanzania and Palestine.
Paul currently sits on the Committees of the Guernsey Photography and Literary Festivals and, for over 20 years, has been involved in the planning, developing and running of the Greenbelt Arts Festival.
A big believer that we humanoids don't awaken in our comfort zone, he believes that, as we live and love in a time of COVID-19, we dwell more than ever in possibility.
In the light of this, Paul is attempting the long view and living life on life’s terms, as his friend Bill W suggests ‘a day at a time’ and will be chatting to us about this.
Plus you will have the opportunity to network in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Tickets are £15 per person and include coffee/tea, bacon/sauage baps, fruit skewers, croissants, avocado on ciabatta and fruit yoghurts.