Hamish is a highly experienced, published and professionally qualified photographer with a 30 year history in Photography and University Education. He is the founder of ‘Photographic Journeys’ and a self-confessed adventure seeker.
He is a mentor and qualifications judge with the Guild of Photographers gaining Professional Photographic Fellowships with the British Institute of Professional Photography FBIPP, the Master Photographers’ Association FMPA, The Society of International Commercial & Industrial Photographers, FSICIP and holds an Associateship (ARPS) with the Royal Photographic Society.
Hamish is also a LoxleyColour Ambassador where he advises and assists the design of new Fine-Art products for the professional photographic marketplace. He is passionate about contemporary and modern documentary photography gaining his MA in Photography in 2010 with the published and award-winning work ‘Manicomio’.
A two times finalist (2017 & 2018) in the coveted Pink Lady International Food Photographer of the Year Award with his social documentary and travel work he is a passionate travel photographer with an exceptional eye for colour, variety and successful images that win awards.
Neil is co-founder and an experienced trainer with a successful history of professional training and a genuine love of teaching.
A highly skilled and well travelled photographer, Neil’s passion is also enjoying sharing his wide knowledge of photography and it’s many technical / digital aspects and his experience of working with others is superb.
Neil has developed many of the classroom and location-based courses that will help you to get more from your photography.
Ian’s background for 40 years is in Education, University Leadership, Management, New Technology and is a published author.
Now retired from academic university life, Ian resides between his homes in London and Southern France, allowing him time for other interests including walking, fitness, travel and of course photography.
His photography is largely urban and rural landscapes, and architecture, but experiments with a range of genres including “street”, “garden”, long exposure, and night-time work.
Ian’s expertise in English and writing maintains our blog accuracy and ensures our T’s are dotted and I’s crossed at all times.