An Evening with Internationally Acclaimed Photographer
Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011
Photographer Joe Cornish
A legendary British landscape photographer will be giving a talk at The Station in Richmond in November to raise funds for The Station Charity.
Joe Cornish, who lives in North Yorkshire, is best known for his landscape photography for the National Trust, his columns and articles in the British photographic press and for his many published books.
The evening with Joe Cornish on Sunday 6th November is to feature a recently released documentary film, With Landscape in Mind – A photographic road trip with Joe Cornish, which examines his work.
For those who enjoy taking, viewing or collecting landscape and wildlife photography, this is a truly unique opportunity to see a beautiful, short feature film that was shot last autumn. It will give a special insight into the workings of one of the most highly regarded and internationally acclaimed photographers working today.
After the film Joe will be on hand to answer questions about his work, life and photography in general. Signed copies of Joe’s various photographic books as well as copies of the feature film will be on sale and there will also be the opportunity to win a Hama Professional Tripod worth £120.00 in a special prize draw.
A limited number of tickets are on sale now from The Station Cinema Box Office during their normal box office hours – Weekdays: 4.00pm to 9.00pm (Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday: 1.00 – 9pm) - Saturday: Noon to 9.00pm and Sunday: Noon to 7.30pm. Ticket price £15.
Book in person or via the phone on 01748 823062. Telephone purchases are subject to a £1.00 booking fee. Early booking is highly recommended as tickets are expected to sell fast.