Richard Earney FRPS
In the last few years Richard has come to realise that a lot of his work is concerned with time; not just the shutter speed when taking a photo, but time within the landscape and what affect time can have on images. In his talk he will explore how this has changed his photography, moving away from the ‘big view’ toward more intimate and abstract representations of the landscape and how it led to gaining his Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society.
Richard has been taking photographs since he was 11 mostly of landscape and nature. In the last ten years he has increasingly taken a more abstract path. Eventually this led to his series Warped Topographies which gained him a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2017. He has been featured in several articles and exhibited in London and around the country. Richard is a designer and photographer who lives and works in London.