In its 25 years of existence, BOLTON DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY has had many members. Some have moved on to other parts of Britain or overseas, some sadly have died. But all our members, past and present, have shared the same keen commitment to picturing life in Bolton. Among our current members are …..
A local author and life long photographer who believes photography should be valued according to the contribution it makes to society.
The group’s treasurer and a photographer who enjoys social documentary photography and photographing live music.
A keen theatre and cricket photographer, and loves the challenge of street and documentary photography.
A landscape photographer and retired architect interested particularly in Bolton’s heritage, and in documenting the future use of the town’s historic buildings and changing urban landscape.
As a photographer, I look beyond the usual field of vision, street and documentary show much of life’s variations and oddities
Been a photographer for over 50 years and still enjoying the thrill of capturing the moment.
An avid fell-walker and photographer with a passionate interest in Bolton’s rich social history, especially the role of our local moors whether it’s past, present or future.
A budding photographer interested in nature, landscape and theatre photography. Loves the way the camera can see things that the naked eye cannot see and capture a moment in time.
I have used everything from home made pin-hole cameras to through to 100 year old large format plate cameras, alongside the latest digital SLR cameras. Every camera can make a picture, every picture can tell a story.
I have enjoyed photography for the past forty years, both film and now digital. I love the countryside and documenting the places events and its people.