To be known as a photography club that enables all members to achieve success and have fun in their chosen areas of photography.
To provide a friendly, supportive venue for the free sharing of ideas in pursuit of photographic excellence, and to promote the enjoyment and appreciation of photography in the wider community.
To foster the joy of photography through inspiration, education, special interest groups, workshops, outings, photo challenges and competitions, and by showcasing our images in the club and in the community.
Next Meeting for the 2019-2020 season is September 17, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
Please remember that membership fees are due at this time. Accepted means of payment is cash or cheque. Single is $50.00, family is $65.00 and student is $10.00. All those who are not members, but wish to drop by, we are asking for a donation of $5.00.
Guest Presenters for September:
Welcome back to “Club” and the many new photography opportunities we have planned in the coming year,
Tuesday, Sept. 3
“Our first presenter of the year is Anthony Bucci. He’s a wildlife photographer that grew up in Vancouver, BC. His passion for wildlife photography started about six years ago. His idea of wildlife photography is packing his gear into forests where no other people have been before.
His focus started strictly on Birds of Prey and now, more so on Owls.
He has donated numerous prints and other products to various wildlife societies across Canada. He has supported silent auctions and other fund raisers to generate funds for wildlife conservation and animals’ well-being.
“Wildlife Photography, to Anthony, is more than just taking pictures. Thinking about conservation and the well being for all wildlife is always on my mind.”
For a look at Anthony’s work, check out his website. Anthony Bucci Photography
Tuesday, September 17th
John’s subjects in photography have included walls, patterns, constructions, street photography, and birds. Latterly he has focused on a cohort of Neotropical birds that are not so much rare as they are difficult to see because of their dense habitat and furtive behavior. An amateur photographer, he has attended workshops by the renowned American landscape photographer Charles Cramer, by invitation to an advanced workshop by the National Geographic wildlife photographer Frans Lanting, and a one-on-one session with the American master printmaker R. Mac Holbert of Nash Editions.
A Program offering Something New and Different : Tuesday, October 1, 2019
We welcome Sarah Bowman.
Sarah is a fashion, fine art, and creative photographer, specializing in
people and portraits with a style consisting of surreal, ethereal and
whimsical imagery. Based on Vancouver Island, she uses a lot of her
surrounding and most often natural light to create her unique
“I first approached photography as an outlet to encourage others to
recognize and appreciate their own beauty. Years passed, as I
became more inspired by ethereal and fantastical concepts, and I
became interested in more creative interpretations. The soft and
whimsical poise of a fairy; darkness, dejection, feelings of loss and sorrow; I adore finding
the allure anywhere on the spectrum. This passion has developed into a desire to offer a
glimpse into the intangible, preternatural domain. I draw much of my inspiration from
folklore, mythology, or strong feelings. On occasion, a distinct face, or person, provokes an
idea. Artistic films or video games may also arouse an image.”
Her website is: Sarah Bowman Photography
2019-20 Board of Directors:
President – Bill Saffin
Vice President – Ian Warren
Secretary – Dianne Busch
Treasurer – Maggie Tilley
Membership – Sue Nurmi
Program Director- Rooney Dumler
Community Liaison – Jasmeen Stahl