2014 has got off to a busy start. As you can see from the last news update in early January, I am running a day long "Introduction to digital SLR photography" at the National Trust's Ham House near Richmond. This is a really remarkable setting, and the tutorial takes place on a day when the place is closed to the general public, so it should be a really good chance for budding photographers to pick up some new ideas and get some interesting pictures too. Places are limited, so please visit the Ham House
website to book.
Work on my Remembrance Image Project for the centenary of WW1 is also gathering pace. I've given one talk and one seminar over the past month - the first to a camera club, and the second to a school. The rest of the year is starting to book up too, with October and November (not surprisingly) proving particularly busy. So if you would be interested in booking a presentation, workshop or seminar for a school, community or other interest group, then please do get in touch. There's more information and contact details on the Remembrance Image Project
Images from that project will also be going on public display later in the year, at the Guildhall Library in the City of London in August, and then at St Clement Danes Church, also in London, in November. Each exhibition will have a different selection of images, and more details of dates and opening times will follow in due course.
Meantime, I continue to offer photography services and tuition, as well as running my secretlondonphotowalks
, so please do get in touch if I can be of any help.