Glyn Davies has been a professional photographer & artist since 1987, and an honours graduate in Photography, Film and Television (London). Prior to this he took a one year Foundation Course at the Falmouth School of Art in Cornwall. He is professionally qualified with the Association of Photographers (London) and… Read More
Glyn Davies has been a professional photographer & artist since 1987, and an honours graduate in Photography, Film and Television (London). Prior to this he took a one year Foundation Course at the Falmouth School of Art in Cornwall. He is professionally qualified with the Association of Photographers (London) and has had many exhibitions in North & South Wales, Cornwall, London and Cheshire. He is a regular contributor on TV & Radio programmes.
Interviews with Glyn have been published in several magazines & publications over the years. He taught photography part-time at the University of Wales for fourteen years. He has published three books of his work, "Anglesey Landscapes Vol.1" ; "Anglesey Landscapes Vol.2" and "Nant Gwrtheyrn - The Enchantment".
His images are now purchased for investment as well as display, thanks to almost three decades as a professional, published photo artist. His prints are held in many public and private collections and have been acquired by large corporations and institutions such as the BBC; University of Wales; Williamson Art Gallery (Birkenhead), Oriel Ynys Môn Gallery; North Wales Fire Service and the Management Development Centre, Bangor. He has customers from Australia to the USA.
"After almost 30 years of taking photographs, for the most part simply to please clients and art directors, I am now thankfully back in a situation where I can take pictures just for my own interest, having to please no one. I got tired of making purses out of sows ears and turning dust to gold. The beauty about running my own gallery, is that if customers like my images they buy them, if they don't like the work they leave, I love that simplicity of operation. The reward is that I get to meet some really wonderful people, with a shared interest in the landscape and environmental issues, and we discuss experiences, thoughts and memories. This interaction is absolutely the best thing about running your own gallery. I am happier and more confident now about my work and my business, than at any time to date, I'm in a good place!" Read Less