Paul Berriff has produced a dramatic and exciting speaking presentation programme. It features his life behind the camera since his early teens up to the present. Paul tells the story of how his career started and his photographic opportunities when he met The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd with his camera. His early days as a press photographer and then the move into television as a film cameraman/producer/director. Paul tells the stories and dramas that occur while filming his documentaries including his four dramatic near death experiences - on the summit of a volcano when it exploded, leaping from a sinking ship, escaping a major helicopter crash and surviving the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11. Paul also speaks about his close encounters with Jane Seymour and Roger Moore during the filming of the 007 film Live & Let Die. There's lots more in this gripping two hour story telling.
"What a story. Just incredible and told with such typical Yorkshire understatement." Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, former Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Wow, what a success. Everyone was blown away...you are always absolutely riveting. I could see from peoples faces in the room that everyone was entranced, there was total silence and attention." Martin Smith MBE, Chair of The Security Company.
"A truly touching story of bravery and determination which left the room silently stunned." Anna Delaney, Author