Trevor Gellard talked to us on a very popular subject and an area in which he excels;
Street Photography. Trevor is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. He is also Chairman of the Licentiateship Distinctions Panel and a member of the Visual Arts Panel at the Royal Photographic Society.
Trevor has exhibited at International exhibitions and has had several one man shows . He is an
active member of the Brighton and Hove Camera Club, and is judge and lecturer to many camera clubs.
He is a member of the London Salon of Photography, the aim of which is to exhibit photographic work which displays artistic feeling and execution.
On the 18th October, we embarked on a trip to Canary Wharf. We travelled by train to London and began our visit at the Tower of London. Our aim was to see the poppies placed in the moat to commemorate the start of the First World War. Very moving!
We then caught the DLR to West Ferry and walked into the West India Dock area of Canary Wharf. We saw the Grade1 listed Docklands Museum building; we then progressed further to see the multitude of modern buildings. The range of materials, styles and designs made interesting photographic subjects, with glass and reflections everywhere, interspersed by dock water. We had a quick peep at the subterranean shopping area before returning to West Ferry Station.
Welcome to the Horsham Photographic Society website. We meet on alternate Wednesdays from 7:45 at the Salvation Army Hall in Horsham.
Time to Stand and Stare