January’s presentation is by professional wedding photographer Lee Glasgow. Lee will be talking about his approach to wedding photography illustrated with example of his work.
Lee says – “I see so many kinds of personalities during my wedding career from the barking mad to the painfully shy and I love them all, even the grumpy ones. If I wasn’t a wedding photographer I would love to see myself as a psychologist as I find people’s minds intriguing with all the different backgrounds and cultures, but this may be because I’m nosey too.
I have two aims for my business:
1. To have a sustainable business that allows me to grow as a photographer, and create works of art for my clients.
2. To have bloody good fun achieving the above.”
Claire Carter’s interest in nature photography grew from a desire to record special moments to inspire her paintings. From this has grown her passion to capture the way light transforms a scene and to share those fleeting and unique moments.
She also claims it is a wonderful excuse to just “be” in places that take your breath away and that standing for hours watching the effect of light on a scene is like watching a drama unfold.
During the last 20+ years her photographs have been used in a wide range of publications and her work has been acknowledged in international photography competitions. She also has had articles published in photography magazines and holds exhibitions.
For more about Claire’s work visit her website.
Based in North East Wales, Joe is an award-winning professional garden photographer, also specialising in producing creative and inspiring heritage, lifestyle and tourism images.
He is a member of the Garden Media Guild and Professional Garden Photographers’ Association. His images are widely published and he has won awards in the 2018, 2016 and 2015 International Garden Photographer of the Year competitions. He’s also a National Garden Scheme registered photographer and represented by GAP Photos, Alamy and National Trust Images.
He provides one-to-one tuition on garden photography techniques for beginners and more advanced photographers, please contact directly for further information.
Publications, organisations, designers and gardens that have used my photographs include:
The English Garden • The Garden Magazine • Gardeners’ World Magazine • Gardens Illustrated • House and Garden • Garden Design Journal • Outdoor Photography • Amateur Gardening • Garden News • Garden Answers • Countryfile Magazine • Period Living • Daily Telegraph • Daily Mail • Cheshire Magazine • Cheshire Life • Weranda Magazine (Poland) • Garden Style (USA) • W I Life Magazine • Advanced Photographer • Cotswold Life • Bradt Travel Guides • The RHS • The National Trust • Visit Britain • Visit Wales • CADW • National Gardens Scheme • Wildflower Turf Ltd • Jane Peterson Garden Design • Blue Tulip Garden Design • Paul Richards Garden Design • North Wales Tourism • Paskett Public Relations Ltd • Marketing Cheshire • Cheshire West and Chester Council • Cheshire Gardens of Distinction • Enjoy Staffordshire • The Sandstone Ridge Trust • Arley Hall and Gardens • Bodnant Garden • Cholmondeley Castle Gardens • Dorothy Clive Garden • Trentham Gardens • Wollerton Old Hall Garden
The evening will be a showcase of his work.