Photography books from the library of John Taylor, Ottawa historian, and photographer will be featured from Wednesday, April 6 to Saturday, April 16th. After that additional photography books will be added to the display from Second Edition’s reserved storage of books.
JOHN H. TAYLOR 1939 – 2020 Professor Emeritus Carleton University
The photography books displayed for sale were donated in memory of John Taylor. John was a skilled photographer, and he treasured the many photography books that were part of his extensive Library.
Manordale Woodvale Community Association (MWCA) is planning a 60th Anniversary Celebration and is looking for volunteers.
On Saturday, May 28th, they will be holding a family event at Manordale Park (68 Knoxdale Road), from 2-11 pm, starting with a Shriner’s parade through the community followed by a family BBQ, with games and activities for kids, accompanied by live entertainment and a licensed bar.
They are looking for volunteer photographers to capture the event.
If you’re interested in helping out, please contact:
Mike joined his first camera club over 40 years ago and was immediately encouraged when he started winning photographic awards in local and Canadian Association for Photographic Art (CAPA) competitions. One of the guest speakers at that camera club was a pro who outlined the realities of running a photography business. This really resonated with Mike who had started down the road to weddings, portraits and events. He then realized photography as a career could kill the spark so he focused on it as an avid hobby and more artistic pursuit.
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