In February we travelled to Myanmar. Here are a few images of the trainee monks and nuns that I photographed.
Finally I had an email from the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) to say that my submission for an Associateship had been approved by the council and that I am now entitled to use the letters ARPS after my name.
Last Wednesday found me at Fenton House in Bath, home to the Royal Photographic Society (RPS). I turned up on time with 15 images neatly presented for my associateship (ARPS) application.
It was October and once again I found myself in New York for a few days on a family trip. Jenny and I experienced the delight of showing off a much-loved destination to Simon, our eldest, Lorna his wife and our lovely grandchildren, Willow and Jake.
I just love getting the studio set up in advance of a dance shoot! Last week I had the pleasure of photographing some wonderful dancers – Jude Whitburn from Third Stage in Bristol, Drew Lawrence who has just finished training at the English National Ballet School, Jade Wallace from the Elmhurst Ballet School and Lydia Baker who attends the Royal Ballet School, White Lodge.
I’m just back from a two week trip to the South West United States where I photographed extensively in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona with three superb photographers from Bristol. One of the highlights of our travels was undoubtedly the Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah.
Rain is hammering down outside as I write and I’ve just read a couple of ‘what I did in 2015’ blogs which prompted me to add one. Some photographic distinctions eluded me in 2015 but I finally completed the paperwork for an AFIAP and enough of my images have now been accepted in international salons for me to apply for the EFIAP in a month or two.