I first became interest in Photography in 1976 after a visit to Luangwa Valley Game Park in Zambia where I was living at the time. I only had a Zenith B with a 50mm lens and was disappointed with my results. It wasn't long after this that I returned to the UK, bought my first Nikon, joined a camera club, and built a darkroom. My first experience of Digital Photography was in 1999 when I was given a Sony Mavica that recorded images on a floppy disc, but it wasn’t until 2009 that I bought my first DSLR. I very soon started to specialise in Birds, Butterflies and Wildlife, and I am now Chairman of Corby Photographic Club.