As I advance in years my vision of life changes. What was desperately important to me in earlier years is now less so. Sure I appreciate the good things in life but striving for material possessions becomes less of a motivator!
We live on a fantastic and diverse planet. Despite wars, conflict, famine and poverty and greed, mainly the creation of mankind. There are still many beautiful and wondrous experiences on offer by nature. Capturing a tiny element of these through my camera lens has now become a passion.
I have meet some wonderful and kind people through my photography. This is one of the reasons I do workshops. To share some of my experiences and knowledge with like minded people.
Having spent most of my life working in industry and raising a family,a life changing event some years ago, prompted me to take a different view on life. This change in direction enabled me to concentrate on my desire to create imagery again. I was fortunate enough to be able to set up a small company producing video presentations for charitable trusts and the like.
Having now retired, if there is such a thing, I concentrate on my stills photography. Mainly wildlife. I believe I am an accomplished AdobePhotoshop and Lightroom user. My role as Chairman for our local Camera Club keep"s me very active.
I do so hope if you decide to join me on the workshops you to will develop a passion, not only of photography but of what nature has to offer.
What we have subjected nature to in just a few decades is horrendous. However I am firmly convinced she will triumph in the end.
I look forward to meeting you.