Monday 13th May 2019 – Cathedrals & Churches

It cannot be denied that some of the most interesting and exciting architecture throughout the UK has to be the churches and cathedrals built over the last thousand years and, on Monday 13th May, we are privileged to have an expert come to our club to tell us of his personal journey exploring these beautiful buildings.

This evening, we welcome Paul Hurst ARPS who, over the last 25 years, has specialised in the photography of church and cathedral architecture, having been inspired by many years singing in the back benches of cathedral choirs in the region. He considers the strength of his work creates a visual link between the medieval media of the past with the digital one of today.

He illustrates books and exhibits his work in order to share his enthusiasm in the study of art forms at great depth, Paul is a Licentiate and Associate of the RPS and was also awarded honorary life membership for services towards the RPS. He is currently working on his RPS Fellowship and we may be allowed an insight into his progress to date. He has exhibited and written articles for the RPS Journal. Paul has recently engaged himself in publishing under the name of medieval media to make known to a greater audience the riches of the regions churches and cathedrals.