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Welcome to the Photographic Society of Chattanooga


PSC Guest Speaker

Nov. 20, 2014  

Bill Lea - Capturing intimate images of wildlife, scenery, wildflowers, and a variety of other natural subjects in "just the right light" has long been the trademark of Bill's photography. He may best be known for his artistic documentation of deer and bear behavior, the various moods of the Great Smoky Mountains, the Florida Everglades, and southern ecosystems.
Photographing in the Smokies since 1975, has afforded Bill limitless opportunities to observe and record the flora, fauna, and scenery of the region. Bill's craft reflects his deep appreciation for nature and he communicates his enthusiasm and expertise as a natural history photographer and writer to others through his books, workshops, feature articles, and civic presentations. He has been teaching photography workshops at Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, http://www.gsmit.org/ since 1992.

More than 7,000 of Bill's photos have been published. His work has appeared in Audubon Calendars, BBC Wildlife, Defenders of Wildlife, numerous Great Smoky Mountains Association publications, National Geographic books, Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife, and many others. His three front covers in a row was a first in Field & Stream's more than 100-year history. Bill authored a coffee-table book titled Great Smoky Mountains Wildlife Portfolio and co-authored Great Smoky Mountains Wonder & Light, and Ultimate Guide to Digital Nature Photography. His most re-cent book, Cades Cove - Window to a Secret World, is in its fourth printing. He is currently working on a book about the Florida Everglades.
When asked what he would most like to achieve through his photography, Bill replies, "I hope my images will pro-mote a better understanding and appreciation for wildlife, the natural world, and most of all, our Creator."

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Location: MAP

St John United Methodist Church, 3921 Murray Hills Dr,
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Boot Camp starts at 6:00 PM

Program starts at 7:00 PM




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