About

Photographers' Gallery - Holt. 5&7 Cromer Road, Holt. NR25 6ET. 01263 710222.

Open: Tue-Wed, Fri-Sat, 10-5 or by appointment





The Photographers' Gallery is located in the Georgian market town of Holt in North Norfolk. It was established by photographer Rod Smith and has a permanent collection of fine art photography by Andrew Midgley and David Tipling.

As a 'working' gallery the gallery also provides:
* Picture framing service to conservation standard for the general public and artists.
* Photo restoration service including glass plate, tin plate, slides, old prints.
* Passport and ID photos
* Developing and Processing of traditional film and digital photos.
* Portrait and lifestyle photography.

Mailing List

If you would like to be kept up to date with events, private views, new work and courses etc. just send your e-mail address to the gallery using the "contact" tab and we will add you to our mailing list for future announcements.

Purchasing

Our web site has a selection of work by the acclaimed photographers who make up the team at the Photographers' Gallery - Holt.

We do not sell on line, preferring to handle your enquiry personally. If you would like further details on any of the work shown you can contact us through the contact page on this site, email or telephone us and we will be pleased to assist you directly.

All work is produced using archival paper and ink and all mounting and framing is to conservation standard. Prices for work is dependent upon size, mount or frame.

We ship worldwide using UK Post Office or Parcel Force.


Gallery Photographers

David Tipling



David Tipling is a professional wildlife photographer who has a passion for birds. His distinctive imagery has earned him many awards and accolades, recently his pictures were described as "windows of wonder'. He has won the documentary award for the European Nature Photographer of the Year for his work on Emperor Penguins and in 2009 was awarded the Nature's Best Indigenous Cultures Award for his images of Mongolian Eagle Hunters.

David's images have been used in thousands of publications world-wide, in advertisements, calendars, cards and featured regularly on TV. David is the author or commissioned photographer for more than 30 books that include Collins Top Birding Spots in Britain & Ireland, The National Parks and other Wild Places of Britain & Ireland, Attracting Wildlife to your Garden and most recently The RSPB Guide to Digital Wildlife Photography that has proved to be the most popular book on wildlife photography of recent times and is currently the RSPB's best selling title.

David has appeared on TV and Radio reporting on wildlife photography related subjects and regularly lectures, as well as holding workshops and leading wildlife photography holidays. His pictures hang in various private and public collections around the world including the Smithsonian Institute and Nikon Gallery in Japan.

See David's blog here http://www.davidtipling.co.uk/picture_ofthe_week.php

Andrew Midgley



Andrew Midgley is a professional landscape photographer. His enthusiasm for wild and coastal places and his individual style means his work has been widely used in print in the UK and Europe.

He has worked with publishers on a variety of major book projects including the best selling Grand Literary Café’s of Europe. Andrew has worked closely with the Peak District National Park and the Norfolk Broads Authority. In 2008 he was an award winner in the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition for his photograph of a coastal thunder-storm.

Andrew studied landscape photography at university and holds a masters degree (distinction). After lecturing in colleges for many years he now regularly leads photography workshops.

In 2010 Andrew’s work is featuring in the “Diamonds in the Landscape” exhibition hosted by the North York Moors National Park which is set to travel the country.

In 2010/11 he won five awards in the Epson International Pano Awards, and is shortlisted for this years Landscape Photographer of the Year.

See Andrew's blog here http://andrewmidgley.photium.com/news.html

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