David Morris, photographer in residence at The Red Lion in Cromer
I am a fine art, landscape and portrait photographer living on the cliff edge in Cromer North Norfolk.
In 2009 I won the title Professional Photographer of the Year for one of my portrait photographs, one of my black and white images of ‘breaking seas’ was short listed in the landscape section of the same awards. In 2010 I won the Reportage category for Black and White Photographer of the Year.
Some of my work is on show in the Red Lion, and most of the photographs on this website were taken by me. If you look in the “Beautiful North Norfolk and beyond” section you will also see lots of examples of my landscape work.
The hotel is a famous landmark in the town with fabulous views out to sea, and terrific natural light inside which makes it ideal for fine art portraiture. I am very pleased to be involved with the hotel as a kind of Photographer in Residence using the bars and rooms as a natural backdrop for my work on a series of portraits and fine art projects.
If you would like to know more please go to my website – www.davidmorrisphotographer.com or if you are in the Red Lion and would like to visit my studio just ask Jo or Callum or any member of staff for directions. We are just ten minutes away along the cliff top path. Please make sure you ring first to make an appointment.
You will also find my work in the Garden House and Arterie galleries and La Griglia restaurant.
If you see some tall chap wandering around the bars with a camera it may well be me, please feel free start up a conversation, the Red Lion is nothing if not friendly. www.davidmorrisphotographer.com
'Reds' The Photographer's Gallery @ The Red Lion
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The gallery at the moment features seascapes and landscapes from Norfolk and the Broads, later I hope to add some portraiture and fine art work using the natural light in the Red Lion.
As our photographic workshops get underway it will be a great place to show some of the best work from our visiting photographers. It is also an ideal opportunity to show work from one of my favourite projects – a study of 'Bar life' in this country and abroad.