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 January 21, 2020 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.  


Happy New Year, Everyone.
Our first meeting of the year, Tuesday, January 7th, is fast approaching. The program will be shared by five of our own members. They will be presenting a myriad of techniques that could, perhaps, add a new element of creativity and fun to your photography and images.
This program is designed to stir our creativity in preparation for our next Print competition which will be showcased on Tuesday, Feb. 4th. The categories will be Abstract, Altered Reality, and Creative: and yes, you can enter all three.

Tuesday, January 21st will further extend the notion of “creativity”. We will have a presentation from our own Lillian Sly; The Art of Film and Vintage Cameras. 

We also welcome Mill Bay photographer, Rick Lawrence who specializes in Abstracts.

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Rick explores the relationships between line, shape and colour and aims to pare down images that the camera has captured into their fundamental or essential elements. Much of his work focuses on urban abstracts and minimalist images, including an emphasis on objects such as
doors, windows and stairs, which he sees as gateways to memory and portals to the unconscious. Consequently, many images convey emotional and symbolic qualities that he is drawn to. More recently he has also been experimenting with images related to the natural environment, influenced by a recent move from the city to a rural setting. In this work, he looks for inspiration and hidden beauty in the forms and colours of the natural world around him: forest, ocean, and sky.
For more of Rick’s work, look at his website. ricklawrence.art

This is just a friendly reminder about February 11, 6pm at the museum for the information/registration session for this years Heritage Art Show. I hope you can all make it, lots of new subject choices this year and some familiar classics too. 
Jordan Johns
Exhibit Technician


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