We will meeting at Bellevue University Gallery in the Humanities Building on Thursday, June 18th at 7:ooPM.
The contest will be judged and critiqued by Tim White. Here’s some information about Tim:
The photography of Tim White has won many awards. His photography has been published in many venues, and he has had commercial print exhibits in Maine. He has presented many workshops and multi-media programs throughout the Northeast, in Nebraska, and in Canada. He has wide experience in wedding, portrait, sports and stock photography. His special interest has been Nature Photography. For over 12 years, through the Poconos Environmental Education Center in Pennsylvania, he led weekend photography workshops and Photo Safaris to Maine. His multi-media programs have been seen in National Parks, nature centers, nature groups, conventions, and camera clubs.
His love of wildlife photography has taken him all across the U.S.A., Canada, and to England, Scotland, and Wales. His program “The Puffins of Machias Seal Island” raised thousands of dollars for the National Audubon Society’s program to restore puffin colonies off the coast of Maine. Tim is a native of Nebraska and has returned to live in Omaha. He hopes his experiences and efforts will help others appreciate the natural world around us. It’s important to know that we can still have some of the same wildlife experiences as our ancestors. Photography gives us the opportunity to preserve these experiences for future generations. He is currently selling nature prints at the Rowe Sanctuary in Gibbon, and The Crane Trust in Wood River. “From Maine to the Plains, a Photographer’s Journey” is his latest photography program. He has been represented by Shostal Associates and Superstock Agencies. He has judged over 150 photo competitions, including locally, the Douglas County Fair Photo Contest.