Photo Exhibit by Blind Photographer

SCIENCE IS NOT BLIND registered Blind photographer

‘Science is not blind’ is a photography exhibition displaying work by David Katz, Susan Meyer and Adrian Korsner.

‘Through My Lenses’,  David Katz, ‘s Youtube video Below!

David Katz is an acclaimed photographer who is registered Blind. He hid his disability for decades as he took his famous images. David Katz has produced the documentary of his personal story, called ‘Through My Lenses’, over the past year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyCfVWI22jQ

EXHIBITION INFORMATION

Tuesday 20th November 2018

Photography Exhibition

Open 6pm – 8pm

Venue: Camden Image Gallery,174 Royal College Street
Camden, London, NW1 0SP

       TubeCamden Town Underground Station
       OvergroundCamden Road Overground Station
       Bus: 29, N29, 253, N253, N279

Parking: Randolph St, Camden, NW1 0SR
Free weekend parking, free after 6.30pm daily. There is also a parking meter on the street.

David Katz is an acclaimed internationally for a host of pictures including a speedy lady streaker at Lord’s cricket ground, in front of a grinning Ian Botham; a roaring, triumphant David Beckham; Elton John receiving an admiring glance from wife Renate; Princess Diana meeting and greeting at Westminster Abbey; Prince Charles taking part in proceedings at Bevis Marks Synagogue in the City of London; Michael Jackson in a press scrum; and many more unique images. His portfolio developed to include pictures, used worldwide, of Barack Obama, Yasser Arafat, the Queen and Tony Blair. One press favourite was Mr Blair trying his hand at guitar.

Susan Meyer was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She presently lives in Kfar Saba.Despite the fact that she grew up in the Namib Desert and have traumatic memories of the blowing sands, the Dead Sea is one of her favourite places to photograph, with the Arava area a close second. The scenery is breathtaking, ever-changing, and the possibilities for photography endless.

Adrian Korsner is a photographer covering most aspects of the profession but specialising in music, theatre and the arts.
Through the 1980’s he had the opportunity to work and study with the legendary Jazz Photographer, Herman Leonard in London, San Francisco and New Orleans, honing his technique to that of his mentor.
Adrian has photographed many of the ‘Giants of Jazz’ but is just as happy working with gigging local musicians.

 

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