Learn just what it is like to be living, camping, and working in the depths of the African Bush for 4 months! This is a talk encompassing Matt's 4 month placement at Rekero Camp in the Maasai Mara. Along with his imagery and film, (and some hilarious animal impersonations..!) plus some very close encounters and near misses with the "Do's and Don't's" of camping in the African Savannah...... Matt will take you on a journey to his favourite place in the world, Kenya's Maasai Mara, "The Wildest Place on Earth". Find out about the Big Cats, the Lions, the Leopards, and the Cheetahs, plus a huge variety of other game that inhabit this incredible place. Plus catch up with the latest news on the BBC Big Cat Week/Big Cat Diary famous stars too.....!!

Growing up in the background of music and theatre, I am an experienced speaker and always love to give public talks. My talks are flexible in their timing and content and can be very easily suited for your needs. Each talk (depending on the venue) is accompanied with my own live music too. I have recently been giving talks in the UK, Africa, and the West Indies to Schools, Camera clubs, Small Theatres and Safari Camps.

                                                     

Reviews

'The theatre was filled with "ooohhs" and "aahhs", and what a delightful talk Matt gave us. He gave us such a fascinating introduction into the weird and wonderful life he leads!'

"Matt took to the stage with such character, and we seriously loved his animal impressions! Had us in fits of laughter! So well spoken, stunning and powerful images, also giving us a emotionally shocking insight into the Conservation issues of these amazing areas. Very beautiful music, and a thoroughly entertaining evening! We want him back!!"

"At just 20 years old, Matt is an impressive example of someone driven and committed to a cause that he believes passionately about, and we look forward to welcoming him back to speak to us this Christmas."

 

If you wish to book me for a talk, please contact me direct via:

Email: matt@mattclarkewildlife.co.uk