11th January Simon Palmour "Never mind the aperture"
Simon Palmour has been a photographer for over 30 years, working with a variety of clients and having work published and exhibiting at venues that have included the Royal Gegraphical Society. Fourteen years ago Simon moved to York.
In the last fifteen years he has developed his photography into a new direction with a primarily monochrome series of more abstract images of textures, buildings and landscapes.
A series of photos of the Yorkshire Wolds is culminating in a book due to be published early in 2017.
Simon has exhibited successfully as part of York Open Studios for the past ten years, as well as exhibiting at a number of other venues including the Lumen gallery in Bloomsbury London in 2012. His portrait work and on-line sales have continued to flourish."
His talk will look at
Current work exploring ambiguity in images once context is removed
His Yorkshire Wolds project
A brief photographic history of how I got to where I am.
Thoughts on cameras, colour and exhibiting work