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Mark is a semi professional landscape photographer who lives in Macclesfield.
His work has been recognised in several regional. national and international competitions. In 2011 he won the Sunday Telegraph winter photography competition. In 2014 he was runner up in the International Amateur Photographer of the Year competition and in 2014 and 2015 was commended in the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year competitions.
His images also regularly appear in Outdoor Photography magazine. He is and approved contributor to the stock agencies Getty and Alamy.
Graham is a multi talented individual. Not only is he a qualified L&CPU judge but he is a professional photographer, web designer, model and actor. He also is a Past President of South Manchester Camera Club.
Graham retired from work in 2006 when he found his travel photography was in great demand for brochures and then expanded into music gigs, travel industry assignments and eventually wrestling.
“Photography is an art form and the creative process starts in a thought, a view, a scene, a moment or a carefully staged lighting setup.”
See some of his work on Instagram @instacurrey, @gbrodie_model and @curreyphotography
Jenny, who lives in Alderley Edge, was for many years Professor of Experimental Oncology at The University of Manchester. Since retiring she has been able to practice her passions and interest of travel and wildlife photography. She is also passionate about the environment.
Some of Jenny’s particular favourite places are the cold regions, including Antarctic, the High Arctic, Svalbard, and also less cold places such as Canada and Alaska.
Neil is a precision engineer by trade who lives near to Warrington and took up photography about ten years ago when he reluctantly decided that it was time to ‘hang up his boots’ from playing rugby union which he had done into his mid – forties.
He attended a night school photography course and was immediately hooked and went on to develop his exceptional style of long exposure, minimalist, black and white photography. Neil’s work has gained him an international reputation and is featured in several national and international magazines and one of his images appeared on the front cover of the Long Exposure Photography Masters 2018 book.