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Richard K.


Saint Louis, MO

Member since:

July 9, 2012


What would you call your style?

Amateur and proud of it. Largely and increasingly out of sympathy with current photographic trends and styles (even as I acknowledge that some of own work fits this aesthetic), these days I shot mostly film and mostly black and white. Valerie called me a 'lone wolf' - I think that is very apt!

Is photography part of your profession?

Yes - exclusively microscope photography.

Have you had any of your work published, exhibited?

Yes, published in National Geographic (May 2013 - albeit a tiny image of the Lewis and Clark statue by Eads Bridge), Science and Illinois Engineer magazines. Exhibited at the Washington University School of Medicine Art Show and published in the art show magazine, Hippocrene. Plans afoot for an upcoming solo show at Washington University in 2016. Also exhibited at Soulard Art Market and will have a photograph featured as part of a Great Rivers Greenway trail interpretive sign in Jefferson Barracks.

Will you be willing to assist in planning meetups



U. City resident, Briton living in the USA, work at Washington University as a research and diagnostic technician. Occasional volunteer photographer for environmental action groups. Other interests are writing, travel, music and radio drama.

What Richard K. is saying about this Meetup Group

Amiable and thoughtful.

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