In Land/Sea Mike Perry focuses our attention on the growing environmental crisis at home.

This powerful exhibition of landscape photography challenges conventional ways of seeing our coastline and countryside, and opens our eyes to society’s broken relationship with the natural world. Perry’s work sparks conversation about how to restore healthy ecosystems and bring back a wilder landscape.


Free online event

In conversation: Mike Perry and Bronwen Colquhoun

22 September 7pm-8pm

Join contemporary photographic artist Mike Perry and Bronwen Colquhoun, Senior Curator of Photography at Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum of Wales, live on Zoom.
This event is jointly hosted by Oriel y Parc St Davids, Amgueddfa Cymru National Museum of Wales and Ffotogallery. For more information and to book your place for free please visit our events calendar.


Online Gallery

Click the image to view the Land/Sea online gallery.Mike Perry Flip Flop 29


About the Artist

Mike Perry lives and works in Pembrokeshire, where he made many of the works in this show. His contemporary landscape photography reveals the conflict between human activities and the urgent need to tackle our environmental problems. Find out more on Mike Perry’s website.


How can we make our landscapes wilder?

Share your response to Land/Sea and join in the conversation online.



Films (links to external content)


Audio (links to external content)


Education Pack (links to external content)


Help Restore Nature

There’s lots you can do to help restore nature, tackle climate change and clean up plastic pollution!


Volunteer with the National Park


Use Photography to Track Climate Change


Helping Landowners Make a Difference

  • Conserving the Park is a National Park Authority scheme that plays a niche role in working with local landowners to restore wildlife habitat with benefits for a variety of wildflowers, butterflies, birds, mammals and reptiles. For more information visit the Conserving the Park page.


Land/Sea is a Ffotogallery Touring Exhibition curated by David Drake, Director of Ffotogallery, and Ben Borthwick