The Newton Camera Club, Boston Camera Club, and Gateway Camera Club are pleased to co-sponsor William Scully for our first Trip-Club Collaborative Presentation. It is open to our friends from all camera clubs, and to the public.
Note: This event starts at 7:00 and not 7:30.
William Scully will present images from several bodies of work spanning his career. He will discuss finding inspiration in overlooked corners of the natural world, and how his personal interests such as SCUBA diving and wildflower identification have influenced and enhanced his photography. Covering such specialized areas as underwater, infrared, and microscopic photography, he will describe the challenges he has faced and learned from. This will also be an opportunity to be the first to preview work from his latest project.
William Scully (b. 1967) is a Boston-based photographer who makes his artwork primarily on Cape Cod. There he spends his time exploring the natural world, looking to capture the gesture in nature. His work has been exhibited extensively in galleries and in solo and group shows in New England, New York, and he most recently participated in an invitational exhibition of American photographers in Hangzhou, China. In 2011 he won Nature Photographer of the Year in the International Photography Awards and received a Lucie Award nomination for Discovery of the Year for his underwater color series of water lilies. In addition to photography, William has studied lithography, photogravure, and life drawing at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.
A Tri-Club Event
This event is sponsored by the Newton Camera Club, along with the Gateway Camera Club and the Boston Camera Club. There is a suggested donation of $5 for this event for non-members of the sponsoring clubs.