PechaKucha Evening Queenstown - 'The Lakes and I'

On Friday 31 March in Queenstown, a PechaKucha evening themed ‘The Lakes and I’ was held at Queenstown Primary School and comprised a wide range of speakers. Six speakers treated the audience to a visual journey through the local landscape, it’s history and visitors from the Lakes’ perspective and its transformation into jewellery.

  • Randall Aspinall, Farmer - Mt Aspiring Station ‘Farming in the Lakes Catchment’
  • Anna Claire Thompson, Jewelry Artist ‘I love Lake Hayes’ 
  • Leah Kissick, School Student ‘Local History through the eyes of Lake Wakatipu’ 
  • Pascal Sirguey, School of Surveying - University of Otago ‘How much snow and ice is there?’ 
  • Peter Langlands, Forager - Wild Capture ‘Foraging in central Otago's waterways' 
  • Chris Hankin, D.O.C Ranger ‘The natural world of Queenstown’s Lakes, large and small’
PechaKucha Evening Queenstown - 'The Lakes and I' 31 March 2017

PechaKucha Evening Queenstown - 'The Lakes and I'

31 March 2017

Randall Aspinall - 4th Generation Farmer at Mt Aspiring Station

Randall Aspinall - 4th Generation Farmer at Mt Aspiring Station

'I love Lake Hayes' Anna Claire Thompson, Jeweller

'I love Lake Hayes' Anna Claire Thompson, Jeweller