From the A4, travel south in the direction of Great Bedwyn. Go through the village crossing the railway line and immediately after crossing the bridge over the canal, turn left. The Wharf is on your left. Ample parking is situated to your right in front of the village hall.
Nigel Hudson has been a professional photographer for thirty five years. He first picked a camera when he was a student at St Martin's School of Art in London, in the mid 70's. It is a tool that he uses every day of his life and it is the conduit through which he expresses his ideas and emotions.
As a professional photographer Nigel has worked with many of the UK's largest organisations. His reputation is based upon his uncanny ability to find a picture in the most challenging of situations. And over the years he has also travelled extensively on behalf of his many travel clients.
His love of shooting pictures on location, has seen him change direction and engage more fully with his own personal work.
Nigel will be exhibiting framed fine art prints that are derived from his work in the Saverrnake Forest. He calls the forest his 'Spiritual Home'. It is close to where he lives near Great Bedwyn and he has been exploring it's unique characteristics for several years.
Nigel will be on hand to chat about all aspects of photography. He is only too happy to discuss his passion, whether it's from a technical or emotional perspective.
Nigel is exhibiting with Mixed Media Artist Ian Bond in Great Bedwyn.