Ipswich and District Photographic Society is all set to welcome Kevin Sawford to their meeting in the coming week, when he would be offer an insight into his experiences and career. Mr Sawford, based on the Suffolk and Norfolk border, told that his primary passion is to photograph the natural world and he also relished capturing a wide variety of wildlife, both at abroad and at home.
He has conducted photography workshops for Suffolk Wildlife Trust and he told that it became very popular and has developed to offer more events across the county’s nature reserves. He has sold his snaps across the world. One of them is elephant hawk moth and his picture is featured on an Irish stamp.
After a lot of people have earned him honors for the contest, including a greatly recommended at the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 as well as a silver award in the International Loupe 2013 awards.
He told that recently he has found myself working closer to home and find that by doing so that he is able to learn the lives of the local wildlife better and so offering himself more scopes to get images of his 3 favorite local United Kingdom species, these being the roe deer, barn owl and brown hare.
For members, entry is free while it stands at £3 for visitors