Peter Rimmer is a photojournalist and communications specialist with extensive experience in press and media relations; publishing; marketing; film and photography; and publicity/promotions including campaign management.
Peter was awarded a Masters Degree in Photography by the University of Bolton in 2012, and produced a Photo Book 'The tide's the very devil' about shrimp fishermen and Morecambe Bay. He was an accredited photographer at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London and specialises in disability sports. He completed a photographic assignment in Nepal in 2010 and has an extensive range of adventure and travel photographs from South America, Nepal, Mongolia, Namibia, Greenland, India and the Basque country of Spain. He is a volunteer photographer with the Woodland Trust and Woolton Drama Group.
Moderator and chairman
Peter has moderated technical workshops in Brussels for the European Agency (EU-OSHA) on Psychosocial Risks, Violence and Harrassment at work, Dangerous Substances and future research needs in OSH. He also wrote the proceedings and final reports. He has managed workshops on 'successful campaigns' for EU-OSHA in Bilbao.
Editor and writer
Peter was Editor of Health Protection Matters, a magazine published three times a year by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), from 2004 to 2009.