In the fall of 2004, Mr. Hawk spent a month alone traversing from west to east through the mythical and medieval kingdom of Bhutan which is hidden high away in the Himalayas. He was hired to shoot a film documentary and was given extraordinary access by the royal family.
The journey began in the unexplored far western Haa valley and culminated in the remote east near Tibet. Mr. Hawk, who is a member of the Explorers Club, had the distinct honor of carrying the Explorers Club flag with him on this expedition. A flag expedition must further the cause of exploration and field science.
Hawk will share his nonstop, day to day adventures, experiences, discoveries, and valuable lessons he learned on this incredibly spiritual journey through this last Shrangri-la in which the national motto is “gros national happiness”. Photographs of dramatic and rarely ever seen before landscapes, stunning Buddhist monasteries and fortresses, ancient secret religious ceremonies and festivals, the King’s birthday celebration and the lifestyles of the people who inhabit this kingdom will all be highlighted in this presentation.
“This was undoubtedly the greatest adventure of my life. Explorers all have stories to tell and mine is told through the lens of a camera. It is the great beauty and timeless quality of the Himalayas and Bhutan that attracted me. It is my hope that this body of work captured its magical essence and will inspire people worldwide to protect the wilderness and fragile cultures that still exist there.”
Daryl Hawk is a writer, photographer and adventurer whose articles and photographs often appear in numerous national magazines and publications. In addition to being a member of the Explorers Club, he is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
He is also the host and producer of the popular television show THE UNCONVENTIONAL TRAVELER which features some of the world’s leading explorers, travel photographers and filmmakers sharing their work from various expeditions and documentaries. THE UNCONVENTIONAL TRAVELER can be seen every Tuesday night at 9 P.M. on Channel 77.
*This presentation can be tailored to address a company's specific goals and objectives
OUR CLIENTS SAY IT ALL...
"Daryl Hawk's presentations are some of the highest rated and well attended lectures we have. I highly encourage you to have him speak to your group. His speaking skills are superb, his travel images are compelling, and storytelling unforgettable! He energizes our audiences because he understands them so well. Our members always look at the world a little differently after experiencing a Daryl Hawk program."
Public Lectures Coordinator
The Explorers Club
"Daryl Hawk has been presenting at the AMC for almost 10 years. He has a large following that comes to see his shows and that has increased our audience numbers considerably. His audio visual presentations are always fresh and filled with extraordinary images that demonstrate his skill as a superb adventure photojournalist. Daryl really connects with the soul of nature, idigenous cultures, and farwaway places and conveys that spirit to audiences who can be heard 'ooing' and 'ahhing' throughout his performance. He passes on the message that life is precious in all forms and carries a message of hope, exuberance and life lessons to all who are lucky enough to be present. Your decision to have Daryl Hawk present to your group would indeed be a wise one!"
Social and programs coordinator
Appalachian Mountain Club
Fairfield County, Connecticut chapter
SOME OF OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE...
- The Explorers Club
- Appalachian Mountain Club
- Fairfield County Arts Association
- The Learning Institute
- Brandeis University Alumni Club
- Connecticut College Alumni Association
- The Discovery Museum
- Y's Men of Westport
- Wilton Arts Council
- The Connecticut Press Club
- Oklahoma State University
- Consulate of Argentina
- Consulate of India
- The Indo-American Press Club
- Harvard Travellers Club
- Lifetime Learners
- Learning in Retirement
- Many libraries throughout Connecticut
Contact us now to reserve your date with Daryl Hawk.