Charlie Waite Lecture

Message from Margaret Gatter, Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society –

Charlie Waite, firmly established as one of the world’s leading landscape photographers, will be giving a talk entitled “Silent Exchange” in September. I would be grateful if you would bring this event to the attention of your members and, if possible, include it in your programme for next year.

Date:    Saturday, 16th September

Time:    7.30 p.m.

Venue:  Imber Court, Ember Lane, East Molesey, Surrey. KT8 0BT

Tickets: £10  from m.gatter856@btinternet.com

020 8399 8485  or text to 0774 717 3394

I am partially deaf, so if anyone leaves a message on my answer ‘phone, please speak clearly, especially when leaving a contact number!

The talk is in aid of the Speer Road Church building fund.

For those who do not know about Charlie, here is a brief introduction.

Charlie was an actor before he became a photographer and his talks are entertaining as well as being illustrated with fantastic images, so please encourage your “other halves” to come along too.

He has had solo exhibitions in America, Japan, Australia and, of course, in London. He has written more than 30 books.

Charlie and Sue Bishop founded the company “Light and Land” in 1996. Many workshop tours, worldwide, have taken place since then. One of his leaders is Joe Cornish. At the RPS Travel Group Day in April, Joe gave praise and thanks to Charlie who encouraged him in his early days as a landscape photographer.

Charlie founded the competition “Landscape Photographer of the Year” in 2007 with a prize of £10,000. This is for images of the U.K. This has now been extended to the U.S.A.

For more information go to his website!

Thank you.

Margaret Gatter

Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society