An Evening with Charlie Waite, Landscape Photographer
Mid Sussex Camera Club is delighted to host an evening with Charlie Waite, one of the world's preeminent landscape photographers. Charlie Waite will be talking about his work as a leading landscape photographer at the Kings Centre's main auditorium on Monday, 3rd December 2018. Tickets are available on the website at £10 each. The ticket price includes light refreshments.
Charlie Waite is firmly established as one of the world’s leading Landscape photographers. His photographic style is often considered to be unique, in that his photographs convey an almost spiritual quality of serenity and calm.
Waite’s photographs are held in private and corporate collections throughout the world, and he has held numerous solo exhibitions at prestigious venues in the UK, Japan and the USA.
With over 30 books to his name, Waite’s distinctive images are recognised around the world and his work has received wide critical acclaim over many years.
A recent article in the Royal West of England Academy of Art Magazine featuring Waite’s work commented ‘Waite’s landscapes are rare perfections of light, colour, and composition, and offer the viewer a luxuriant portrait of a planet at peace.’In 2000 Waite was awarded the prestigious honorary fellowship to the British Institute of Professional Photographers.
Charlie Waite Images
Charlie Waite Video Clips
Win a Signed Charlie Waite Print
Charlie is kindly donating to the evening's raffle an A3 signed and boxed print, as well as one of his books, also signed. There will be many other prizes on the evening.
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An Evening With Charlie Waite is being held in the Auditorium of The Kings Church, 33-35 Victoria Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9LR. Doors open at 7.30 pm for an 8.00 pm start. There is a car park for 40 cars. On street parking is also available in the area around the Church. Burgess Hill railway station is a 20-minute walk.