Tony Lumb a photographer with thirty year’s experience covering every aspect of still life, advertising, automotive, editorial and industrial photography.
Combining outstanding technical expertise and creative flair Tony Lumb has excelled in every type of demanding environment from the frozen wastes of Greenland to the scorching heat of an Australian desert, from the hard streets of New York to the crowded banks of the Ganges.
Tony is the former Head of Photography at Hills Road Sixth Form College and has run a very successful ‘A ‘level course over the past 12 years. He also runs an Advanced Photography evening class.He now teachers photography at Peterborough Regional College.
Ric is a practising photographer with a lifetime's experience.
His practise involves digital techniques but also a love of traditional methods too. Landscape work is an area of increasing experimentation for his practise where the notion of 'does it look pretty?' doesn't have to be the primary concern for producing the image.
Ric was a teacher of mathematics for 25 years, however he is now studying for a BA in FineArt at Central Saint Martins in London.
Photography is a central part to his artistic practise.