Joe Cornish has been a working photographer for thirty five years, most of which have been devoted to travel and landscape. Current work includes his own photography, workshop leading, book commissions, writing, printing… and gardening…while struggling to come to terms with the inevitable contradictions of being a photographer who has to travel, and a committed environmentalist (who should probably not).
Presenting experience includes hosting events at the Natural History Museum for Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and presentations at Wildphotos (at the Royal Geographical Society). Since 2013 he has co-led several ship-based tours to Antarctica and the Arctic with Mark Carwardine. Joe also collaborates on workshops with David Ward, Eddie Ephraums, Paul Wakefield, Charles Cramer, Daniel Bergman, Mark Littlejohn, Antony Spencer and others. Joe co-founded the successful photographic magazine, Onlandscape, now wholly owned and edited by Tim Parkin. Recent books include This Land, written by Roly Smith. The Joe Cornish gallery in Northallerton (N Yorkshire) is a community space that showcases a range of outstanding contemporary photographers. An Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, Joe is now Chair of the Fellowship Committee. He is also a Trustee of the North York Moors National Park Trust.
16-Mar-2024Shoot to InspireBringing the landscape to life