Pete Moore has worked in nature conservation for over thirty years. He began his career on St Kilda and has lived in the Cairngorms since 1986 working for Scottish Natural Heritage for much of that time.
In 2016, Pete graduated at Aberdeen with a PhD titled Photography & Rephotography: Repetition and Places in Time. He has several research interests; particularly in the work of Scottish photographer, Robert Moyes Adam and also in tourism-related photography and its use in the exploration of time and change. He has contributed editorial photographs to several books and a number of newspapers and magazines.
Pete is a FRSA and a Churchill Fellow. His role in SSHoP is to coordinate membership.