Alison Jenkins -ARPS DPAGB BPE1*
Alison Jenkins has always been a keen photographer and over the years has studied and achieved many awards and certifications. She is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), she has a Distinction of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (DPAGB), and a City & Guilds in photography in which she was awarded a Distinction. Alison’s business has won local business of the year in 2019 and came runner up nationally. Alison also gives lectures to schools and camera clubs and is a East Anglian Federation (B panel) photography competition judge. in the past Alison also ran after school photography classes at a local private school.
Alison leads nature photography holidays for Natures Lens, https://natureslens.co.uk/ where she shows participants how to capture great images using the best settings on the camera, how to position for the best angle, how to use the light to advantage and also shares a vast knowledge of the species being photographed.
Please contact Alison if you wish to arrange a no obligation meeting to discuss your photography needs.
I have a team of highly qualified and experienced photographers that work with me. We thoroughly enjoy all aspects of our work especially wedding photography and celebrations. Together, we will create a lasting memory of your special day or occasion and create memories that you can look back on for many years. We have a very natural style with our photographs and know how to make you relax.
My husband Simon ARPS DPAGB BPE3* is one of the photographers that assists me with weddings and events. Simon also has achieved many distinctions including Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), Distinction of The Photographic Association of Great Britain (DPAGB) and British Photographic Exhibition BPE3*. Simon also has a City & Guilds in photography in which he was also awarded a Distinction. We both like to go out to photograph wildlife, Scotland being one of our favourite places to to go to photograph Mountain Hare and many types of birds.