A Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society, Duncan Grove FRPS lives and works in Wimbledon, SW London and is a passionate professional photographer who has keenly embraced the latest digital technology.
Duncan’s many photographic activities include:-
• Accredited photographer at The Wimbledon Tennis Championships (2010, 2011 & 2012) shooting on behalf of International Tennis Magazine, the UK's highest circulation specialist tennis magazine.
• Official Photographer at the six-day ROWE British Squash Grand Prix held at The National Squash Centre Manchester - the largest squash tournament in held in Europe 2010 & 2011. Duncan was also responsible for creating and maintaining the event’s official image micro-site.
• Accredited photographer at the Universities Boat Race 2010, 2011 & 2012; his image is one of just two to be selected by the Cambridge University Boat Club’s web site to illustrate their success.
• Lead photographer for Professional Jeweller Magazine’s “Hot 100” party held at the prestigious Kensington Roof Gardens venue. Duncan was responsible for providing a team of photographers and for managing a web site of captioned images of the event.
A Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society, Duncan's images are regularly selected by a number of prestigious international photographic salons including:- The Royal Photographic Society's International Print Exhibition; The Edinburgh Photographic Society's Print Exhibition; Photographic Alliance of Great Britain Exhibition; Trierenberg Super Circuit, and Al-Thani amongst others. His images have been used as book covers and to illustrate magazine articles and web sites. Duncan is also a regular contributing journalist to major UK photography magazines.
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