What's On and Calendar
Due to the ongoing pandemic all meetings for the foreseeable future will be by video (ZOOM). This will be reviewed as the coronavirus restrictions are eased and hopefully we can get back to face to face meetings at the bowling club sometime this season.
The calendar below lists the up and coming club events, other events will also be listed here and on the noticeboard when applicable.
Club Calendar (Right tab changes view, Second right tab expands to show comments, Right hand ‘+’ expands item only)
Based in Central Scotland, Andy has easy access to many of the most scenic views in Scotland, however his photography is not just about the most well known views but using his personal knowledge of the land, he also attempts to show the beauty and interest of areas often overlooked by the infrequent visitor.
Andy is a Scottish landscape photographic artist with images held in private collections on three continents. He has won several photographic competitions including The Guardian’s Been There Competition, the New York Institute of Photography’s “Oktoberfest” international competition and has been shortlisted/commended/prize winning for images in The Scottish Nature Photography Awards, Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year, Take A View Landscape Photographer of the Year and Outdoor Photography Magazines Photographer of the Year every year from 2011 to 2019. His images have been published in the press and he has had numerous acceptances to National Photography Salons where his photographs have been exhibited throughout the United Kingdom, earning him the honorific, British Photographic Exhibitor. He also enjoys collaboration with artists from other medias such as oil and watercolour painting.
Photograph a stranger project’,
How I came up with that idea and why I did it.
It took 365 days and why that long.
How was the project conducted, about the people I photographed (who was the target, what were their reactions, etc.), where was it and what this project ‘gave me’ after I finished it.