Digital photography expert, John Henshall, will host a free public lecture at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) at Farnham on Thursday 20 May 2010.
John, who was awarded an honorary degree by UCA in 2009, is a pioneer in the new art and science of digital imaging.
He began his career at the BBC and was later Director of Photography on hundreds of early music videos for the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Kate Bush, David Bowie and Elton John, plus major network productions such as Spitting Image.
Events Officer Adele Wordsworth said: “It is an honour to have John Henshall come to UCA Farnham and give a public lecture, it is a fantastic opportunity to gain an insight into digital imaging from a true expert.
John will continue UCA’s public lecture series with a talk entitled, Unsensored: A snapshot of 50 years of electronic and digital imaging.
He is currently CEO of EPI-centre, a company providing consultancy and research into the digital imaging industry, which he founded in 1993.
John has served as President of the British Institute of Professional Photography and is currently Co-Vice Chairman of the Guild of Television Cameramen.
The lecture, which starts at 6pm, will be followed by a drinks reception. The evening is free of charge and open to all, however places are limited and must be reserved.
To book your place, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 01252 892 682.