Dave Peckham is our event organiser and representative for the western area of the Southern Region. This includes Dorset and The New Forest National Park, Hampshire.
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Trevor has had a chequered photographic past. Starting out shooting film, in his teen years, life then got in the way which led to a thirty year hiatus. Returning in the digital era has allowed for his photographic interests to be reawakened.
His professional life has been spent, predominantly, in finance roles. Concurrently, with these professional positions, he has offered the services of his abacus in the support of other organisations and trade bodies, in a voluntary capacity. He’s currently an active committee member in the service of the Professional Garden Photographers Association and the Garden Media Guild.
Trevor has a particular interest in the production of fine art botanical portraits. He’s been fortunate enough to have seen his images exhibited throughout the UK.
Examples of his work can be found at www.thepureimageworks.co.uk
Chris was introduced to photography and darkroom practices at teacher training college. After 20 years teaching design and photography in Secondary and Further Education Chris moved into professional practice, working as a photographer for the Corporation of London Digital Imaging Project. The biggest project of its type at the time, Chris and his assistant photographed over 25,000 paintings, maps, engravings, sculptures, and historic documents for display on Collage, the London Picture Archive.
Moving to RHS Garden Wisley to head the Royal Horticultural Society's Information and Interpretation Department, Chris relished working in a studio at the centre of one of the world's great gardens. Now enjoying early retirement, family, volunteering and personal photography are taking centre stage.
Bhupinder has been an active Associate Member of the Royal Photographic Society (RPS) for 15 years. She is a qualified professional freelance photographer with a BA Honours degree in Photography and Digital Imaging.
Over the years, she has studied and used analogue (traditional) cameras/equipment and film developing/printing techniques that are less used due to new digital technologies being introduced within the photography industry. She has adapted and is very conversant with the digital advances and is well practised with the changes.
Bhupinder voluntarily supports the community as the Official Photographer for The Pink Place Basingstoke registered charity and as a Trustee of the Helping Hands registered charity. She also runs and manages a Basingstoke networking group as the Lead Ambassador.
Bhupinder has been running a successful free photography club for several years where new and experienced members meet twice a month. She is keen to promote photography and ‘give back’ to new and seasoned photography enthusiasts what she has learnt over the years.
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Eric is our event organiser and representative for the Channel Islands.
Eric gained his LRPS in the early 1970's (soon after its introduction), and followed with an associateship in Audio Visual in 1976. He is a member of the Audio & Visual, Digital Imaging and Natural History Groups, and past president of local club Spectrum. His principal field of interest is Natural History with an emphasis on wild orchids.
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