For as long as I can remember I’ve spoken the local german dialect: Plattdeutsch.
So it was a great honour to have been invited to the local german speaking radio BRF and do an interview about my past travels and about my upcoming exhibition here in my hometown of St Vith.
Of course: it’s all in Plattdeutsch
After 3 years of travelling and multiple trips around the world Chris Eyre-Walker returns to his home town Atzerath in the Ourground. During his travels he discovered a passion for photography and has made a career from his passion. His main subject is nature and our the human interaction with it.
As a VIsionary for Olympus Imaging Australia Chris travels the world together with his australian girlfriend and has constantly been on the road for 9 months now. He sees himself more as a practical person than an artist. At the end of May he is exhibiting his work in the local cultural centre Triangel St Vith.
Follow this link to listen to the interview. (Beware: it’s in the local german dialect: Plattdeutsch!)