Travel and Adventure Talks


A selection of Paddy’s Travel and Adventure Talks that he has given recently. If you would like to speak to Paddy about speaking at an event, please get in touch using the contact form or the details at the bottom of this page.


Paddy Scott – ‘Humanity’s Effect on our Planet’s “Permanent” Landscapes’

What effect is humanity having on our planet’s most “permanent” landscapes? Paddy relates his experiences as an award-winning landscape photographer to a Tedx audience at the Royal Geographic Society. Through his work he has been witness to the dichotomy of landscapes appearing untouchable and yet truly changing at an alarming pace. We pay the effects little mind because to us, they appear quite slow, when truly in geological terms they are happening in the blink of an eye. Paddy explores the landscapes of Antarctica, Patagonia, and the Himalayas through the photographer’s lens and talks about the challenges these landscapes are facing in light of growing human pressures and global warming. As our population continues to grow, the decisions we make balancing the natural world with living standards are only going to become more difficult.


Paddy Scott – Behind The Lens

Behind the lens at the Natural History Museum in London. Paddy talks about life as an expedition cameraman and photographer and some of his more memorable expeditions. What it is like to keep cameras working in sub-zero temperatures and polar latitudes. Taking ice core samples in Antarctica or Paddle Boarding in the Amazon, you never know what you might need to turn your hand to on expedition.


Behind the Lens – Natural History Museum Jan 19

Paddy speaks to a Nature Live audience about being a finalist in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition. Talks through some of his favourite images and also gives some advice for any budding photographers.


Audio Podcast

Paddy’s latest audio post cast. Talking to Wave Media, Paddy shares some of his adventures working as an expedition photographer as well as some of his most memorable moments. Touching on everything from, Base jumping videos from the Eiger to being held up in Crimea.


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