Jesmond Dene House delighted to showcase a new exhibition from Trai Anfield at Jesmond Dene House.
A natural history photographer, film maker and presenter based in North East England, Trai began her working life as a Countryside Ranger, then graduated as a Met Office meteorologist, before being recruited by the BBC. Trai is best known in the north east for her 10 years as BBC Look North weather forecaster, environment reporter and film maker. In 2012 she moved on to present BBC Radio 4’s flagship natural history programme, The Living World, and to set up her ethically inspired production company Enlightened Media. Through Enlightened Photographic Safaris she also leads photography expeditions around the world. Having previously successfully exhibited at sister property St Mary’s Inn, Trai now showcases a new selection of work at Jesmond Dene House.
The exhibition offers the opportunity to visit the hotel and see some inspiring photography at the same time. Trai will be at Jesmond Dene House on the evening of Thursday 30th March from 6pm-8pm, to meet her and discuss her work.
All of the photography will be for sale on the evening. More of Trai’s film, photography and photographic safaris can be viewed at www.enlightenedmedia.net.