Oxford London Lecture 2012

For the second year in a row I photographed the Oxford University London lecture in Church House, London. The main hall is a vast, striking room. I usilised a variety of wide angle and telephoto lenses to try and capture the perspective of the rom. It is not that often that I get to use my 10mm fisheye for events, but in this case I did so to capture the vast space.

Professor Sarah Harper was the lead speaker, her talk was discussing the changing spread of the age of the population and the effects on the economy and the health systems. She is one of the few people to see a bright future, and talked much of the great planning work being done in many Asian countries.

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