Wildlife exhibition

Richard Baines on the left from Yorkshire Coast Nature and Steve Race on the right.
Richard Baines on the left from Yorkshire Coast Nature and Steve Race on the right.

YORKSHIRE Coast Nature photographer Steve Race is holding an exhibition of his wildlife images this autumn at the Richard Burton Arts Centre in Buckton.

Steve, who is RSPB Community Education and Outreach Officer at Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, has recently finished a series of summer exhibitions.

It has been a great summer for Steve with regards to exhibiting his images.

He started in May at Bridlington Spa, moved on to Burton Agnes Hall and followed that with a two-month exhibition at Sewerby Hall.

The autumn exhibition, working in partnership with Richard Burton and Yorkshire Coast Nature, promises to be an amazing selection of natural shots.

This exhibition is something different from the norm, with a large TV screen showing footage from this summer of the amazing seabird colony at RSPB Bempton Cliffs.

The exhibition will combine video and still imagery, reflecting on the incredible wildlife we have on the Yorkshire Coast.

Richard Baines, Director of Yorkshire Coast Nature and works with Steve, said: “Steve has been capturing incredible images of wildlife across the Yorkshire Coast. His work focuses on the business we are currently developing.

“Yorkshire Coast Nature is a new company offering nature tours, photography workshops, farm events, publications and field studies.”

The exhibition will preview this Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

It then runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through December on the following dates; December 2-4, December 9-11, December 16-18 and Friday December 23.

Opening times are 10am to 4pm each day.

Steve’s images have been used by the RSPB and the National Trust and he has had work published in several magazines and publications.

He also runs photography workshops for Yorkshire Coast Nature, and has his own website at www.steverace.com and keeps a blog at www.racebirding.blogspot.com.