To bring about the fusion of photography and art through capturing the natural world.
Capturing and manipulating light and time to create bespoke imagery and meaning.
Capturing moments and essence of time by sharing with others, appreciating what it is to be alive and hopefully to enthral others by having a presence in absence in my work.
Every photographer is a historian...
Yon Marsh is a highly experienced lecturer in HE and FE in the subjects of photography creative digital media and applied science. He has been involved with digital technologies initially when being used as a tool for scanning purposes before it even came into the photographic arena. As a scientist and photographer Yon is keen to use imagery to share with others the beauty and intrigue that exists, captured by photographic techniques. He is a natural history photographer and photomedia artist, an expert Photoshop user having written one of the fist such courses in 2000 for the NCFE in education.
Yon has been photographing all aspects of natural history and the environment for over 30 years with numerous thousands of images in worldwide publications. His first interests in photography were started off through a box brownie from his "Grandmother", later at Uni it was scanning electron microscope research in the field of entomology and killer bees.
Current interests in both art and science have been nurtured through the medium of photography.
He is a regular contributor to Alamy and has won many awards in photography for fine art, action & movement, portraiture and science.
The use of images can also be purchased directly from him as well.
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