with David Noton Wednesday 14 April 2010 6.30pm-8pm

Born in England in 1957, David spent much of his youth travelling with his family between the UK, California and Canada. After leaving school David joined the Navy in search of further travels and adventures – and it was while sailing the seven seas that his interest in photography grew.

After several years at sea he decided to pursue his passion for photography and returned to study in Gloucester, England.  After leaving college in 1985 he began work as a freelance
photographer specialising in landscape and other travel subjects, which over the last 25 years, have taken him to almost every corner of the globe.

David is now established and recognised as one of the UK’s leading landscape and travel photographers. His images sell all over the world – both as fine art photography and commercially in advertising and publishing.

He has won international awards for: British Gas/ BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards in 1985,1989 & 1990 and also writes regularly about landscape and travel photography for a number of national and international magazines.

“l’m still passionate about photography. All aspects fascinate me; from capturing the first light of day on a frosty landscape or making the most of a bustling market in Vietnam to portraying the dignity of a wrinkled face in China.”

These exclusive seminars for up to 90 people are held at the ‘home’ of Amateur Photographer and What Digital Camera in the Blue Fin Building, rising above the impressive London skyline.

Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis at £29 per head to include the presentation from David, followed by a Q&A session with tea and coffee served afterwards. You can also purchase a signed book from David. Every delegate will be given a goody bag and a hints & tips sheet to take home.

Members of the teams from What Digital Camera and Amateur Photographer will also attend and be available to chat and answer questions after the presentation.

To book your place;

∙ email us at: Spiadmin@ipcmedia.com with the words ‘DAVID NOTON SEMINAR’ in the subject line. Please include your name, address and telephone number.

∙ post a cheque for £29, made out to IPC Media Ltd to

Estelle Hicks-Bennett, SPI Seminar, Room 9-372, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 OSU.

∙ call 020 3148 4326 / 1 to pay by card.

Please note, places are only confirmed upon receipt of payment. Tickets are non refundable.