Andrew Moss is a photographer who specialises in shooting sport and action but also enjoys pushing the boundaries in many other areas. He relishes the technical challenge of taking photographs in difficult circumstances yet still ending up with arresting images. Andrew's hope is to find a fresh view, which not only informs and excites but also challenges our preconceptions of the world around us. To get in touch, please email Andrew or check out his Instagram page.
Angela Ford ARPS EFIAP/b
Angela Ford is an enthusiastic photographer based in London, who enjoys capturing impressions and moods of places and people, communicating her own interpretation of a scene by exploring different techniques. Working in colour, monochrome or infra-red, the passion for conveying and sharing an idea in a creative way is uppermost in her work. To get in touch, please email Angela.
Barrie Brown CPAGB
A lifelong love of the diversity of wildlife across the UK inevitably steered Barrie Brown's photographic interests (as they blossomed after retiring in 2011) towards capturing in print the fragile beauty of the natural world. In this exhibition, Barrie has focused on some of the compelling narratives of nature he has come across within the boundaries of urban London, in the hope that sharing them will inspire the viewers to make more space for the natural world as they go about their busy urban lives. To get in touch, please email Barrie.
Linda Wevill FRPS EFIAP/b
Linda Wevill is a creative photographer who aims to achieve a soft painterly effect in her work and to portray the essence of a subject, rather than a literal recording.
Linda enjoys experimenting with techniques, whether in-camera or during processing, which enable to express a personal depiction of her environment, looking beyond the obvious, to capture the atmosphere of the scene and the vision she is trying to convey. To get in touch, please email Linda.
Roger Ford FRPS EFIAP/p
Roger Ford is an opportunist photographer who has been making images for over 40 years…. from darkroom to digital, grain to noise. His images have been captured through a seeing eye, often in a creative way. Nothing beats seeing his images as prints. To get in touch, please email Roger,