Media release: Wild Highland light – contemporary landscape photography exhibition

IN May 2009, multi, award-winning photographer, Glen Campbell, returned to his home town of Inverness, after 12 years Down Under.

Since then he’s been making up for lost time by creating a series of dramatic images that feature iconic Highland locations and wild Highland light.

From the Isle of Mull to the North West Highlands, Glen has been exploring and capturing some of the most dramatic scenery in Europe, that’s right on our doorstep.

Glen forged his photography career in Melbourne, Australia, photographing commercial infrastructure projects, freelance editorial work and co-leading photography workshops around Australia.

He received the tile of Epson Victorian Landscape Photographer of the Year by Australia’s professional photography body the AIPP in 2004 and 2005, and was recognised as a Master of Photography by the Australian Institute of Professional Photographers in 2007.

Since mid-2010, Glen has been helping local photographers improve their own photography running short courses with Eden Court’s Arts programme.

These have proven to be extremely popular as more and more people are getting into digital photography as a hobby or as part of their work.

His photographic workshop company, Lightstalkers Scotland, has been guiding both amateur and professional photographers from all  over the UK, and indeed the world including South and North America, Europe and Asia, through classic locations like Inverpolly, Skye and Torridon.

Glen’s adventurous workshops combine expert tuition with a back drop of world-class photographic locations that leave his participants planning their next visit before they’ve left for home.

A selection of Glen’s work from the last 18 months is on display at Eden Court from the 5th of April until the 8th of May 2011.

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Contact: Jeni MacDonald