Guest Speaker Night at LCC is a public, no charge event.
Weds Sept 24 -Guest Speaker: Andy Clark 7pm
Come enjoy and evening with Andy Clark
Andy Clark began his career with the Canadian Press as a copyboy in 1970. In ‘74 he was promoted to photographer and transferred to Ottawa covering national politics for several years. Andy joined the Hamilton Spectator briefly before accepting a position with United Press Canada working in Vancouver and Ottawa in the late 70s and early 80s. In 1985 Andy was hired for the newly created Reuters Newspictures. After several months he was offered and accepted a position with then Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney as his official photographer. In 1987 Andy re-joined Reuters working in Brussels, Belgium and later in the London, UK bureau. In the early 90s he moved back to Toronto as Chief Photographer for Canada where he remained until 2001. Andy is currently based in Vancouver. Andy has traveled extensively throughout the world covering many assignments including famines, disasters, world summits, sporting events, Gulf War and
LCC Presents Ben Nelms – this is a public event, no charge, everyone is welcome.
Weds January 23, 7pm at Langley Camera Club, Ft Langley, BC our guest speaker will be Ben Nelms.
He is an enthusiastic and passionate photojournalist who is certain to provide an interesting presentation to the membership.
Ben is currently based in Vancouver, B.C.He was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta and went to Loyalist College near Toronto for his Photojournalism degree. After working for a few daily newspapers, Ben decided to take the leap into the world of freelance photojournalism. Since then,he has worked for such clients as National Post, The Globe & Mail, The New York Times, Macleans, Sports Illustrated and Canadian Geographic. In late 2010, Ben moved to Vancouver to work as a contract stringer for Reuters News Agency and continues to freelance on the side.
Ben is deeply passionate about the power of visual storytelling through photographs. When not photographing daily editorial work Ben’s intense curiosity leads him to photograph personal stories that naturally interest him.”
Some of Ben’s wonderful images can be seen on his website: