PhD Student Marwan El Hassan Photo Exhibition at Australian National Botanical Gardens

Wednesday 23 November 2016
Macro Images from Marwan

“Nature is my home, my sanctuary, and it’s only when I am ‘out there’ with my camera and my fascinating ‘subjects’ that I feel truly in peace with myself and with the environment.

Fenner PhD Scholar, Mr Marwan El Hassan is exhibiting a number of his "macro" flora and fauna images at a photography exhibition currently being held by the Friends’ Photographic Group of the Australian National Botanic Garden, at their Visitor Information Centre, between 23 November and 11 December 2016. 

“Nature is my home, my sanctuary, and it’s only when I am ‘out there’ with my camera and my fascinating ‘subjects’ that I feel truly in peace with myself and with the environment. I have a huge sense of responsibility towards nature, and I hope that I am contributing with my art towards promoting the unlimited wonders and marvellous treasures that we have around us, being in the form of flora, fauna or landscapes. All we have to do really is to look and listen to understand…”

Marwan's doctoral Thesis Title is entitled: "From the Rangelands to the Tablelands to the World: A Systems approach to work towards concurrent sustainability of the environment and the Australian goat meat production". His research is examining the impediments that challenge the growth of the Australian goat meat industry, while finding better strategies to manage goat numbers in the wild and preserve the rangelands biodiversity.  For further details, go to: http://fennerschool.anu.edu.au/about-us/people/marwan-el-hassan

Download E Invitation HERE

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