PHOTOGRAPHY PODCAST

Latest Episode - #67 with Chris Nowell

We're back with a new episode and we catch up with the enigmatic Chris Nowell. Chris served in the military from 2001 to 2007 in tours of Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan. During a tour in Afghanistan he was badly injured in a rocket attack on his base and suffered severe head injuries, extensive skull fractures and brain damage. This neurological damage resulted in sight loss.

Amazingly, with help from Blind Veterans UK and local photographers, he has forged a path into the world of landscape photography despite his challenges with partial vision. Paul chats with Chris in more detail on the show and finds out about the positive impact photography has had on his life...

Image Credit: Chris Nowell

Thanks as ever to WEX Photo Video & Fotospeed for supporting the show. We’ll be back in in a couple of weeks time with David Ward discussing his new exhibition at the Joe Cornish Gallery and much more.


PREVIOUS EPISODES…

#66 - Tom Walker (Wildlife Cameraman)

#Connected Exhibition Q&A Part 2 (John Blakemore, Tim Allott, Sam Gregory)


Welcome to The Togcast...

Launched in September 2016 'The Togcast' began with a bi-monthly podcast focusing on Photography and Photographers, primarily outdoor and landscape but venturing further afield into travel and adventure. Now alongside the podcast we also create video content for photographers covering the creative and technical aspects of photography.

Led by Photographers Sam Gregory & Paul Sanders the Togcast aims to share a passion for photography across its community via interviews, videos, gear reviews, image reviews and more...