Public Speaking

Rob Suisted is a sought after, interesting, entertaining and experienced, public speaker. He has a huge range of experiences, expertise and stories from his work and travels around NZ and the world. You should consider him for your next conference or gathering.

Rob is a multi-award winning photographer, has published 17 books to date (one a major award winner with Harry Broad), has traveled widely in wilderness areas around the world and NZ, has worked as a senior conservation advisor, and Polar guide.  He’s loves sharing true stories of the places he’s visited, the people he’s met and learnt from, and the adventures he’s had.

Rob has recently returned from the internationally recognised WOMAD festival in NZ where he was asked to talk about his life, work, and how he come to be entrusted with photographing the 50th anniversary book for the 2nd oldest TV series in the world; Country Calendar.

Also recently he’s been an after dinner speaker at the Southern Hemisphere Alpine Conference, a guest speaker at the Taranaki Arts Festival, a NZ Mountain Safety Council conference, a ‘Nerd-nite’ talk on his experiences and impressions of Antarctica, a Wairarapa Science evening talk, and special town hall presentations to survivors of the Kaikoura earthquake about how he approached filming the aftermath for NZ Geographic Magazine.  Rob has also lectured regularly in the Arctic and Antarctic on subjects such as his wilderness time, marine mammal conservation, photography and assignments.  He’s also given countless talks to clubs, societies, conferences and conventions over the years.

If you’d like to discuss getting Rob along to an event you’re hosting, then please drop Kerri a line

 

Rob Suisted presenting at WOMAD NZ, about his life, work, and how he become entrusted to photograph the 50th anniversary book for the 2nd oldest TV show in the world - Country Calendar

Rob Suisted presenting at WOMAD NZ, about his life, work, and how he become entrusted to photograph the 50th anniversary book for the 2nd oldest TV show in the world – Country Calendar