As far back as I can remember, there was a darkroom in our house.  It is not surprising that I share my father’s interest. He gave me a Brownie Reflex when I was about 11 years old, and taught me monochrome darkroom skills from developing negatives to making prints. He was my photographic inspiration and, to some extent, he still is. I achieved the LRPS distinction with monochrome images in 1983. I am a member of Maidenhead Camera Club, and the recently retired Centre Organiser for the RPS Digital Imaging Group’s Thames Valley Centre that meets about eight times per year in Wokingham, Berkshire.

Rogerr Norton
London Docks 1956

London Docks, 1956