Award-winning photographer Peter Greenhalf has worked in the South East of England for over 30 years. Much of his work is informed by a deep love of the Sussex countryside and of Britain’s Neolithic landscape; an interest that developed when he was a child.
Peter is one of a very few photographers who process their own film and print in their own darkrooms. All of his Black and White photographs are hand-printed in his harbour-side studio, using traditional systems, including numerous layers of toning, to achieve depth and colour. His stunning images capture the mystery, subtlety and power of the coastline and of ancient, sacred sites in Britain and beyond.
In 1980 he was awarded a Kodak Bursary for nature conservation photography and, in 1999, received a Silver Medal from the Association of Photographers for his landscape photography.
In April 2006 Peter was invited to judge the International Wildlife Photography Competition and to exhibit his landscapes at the Festival de L’Oiseaux in Picardy. He exhibited in Picardy again in 2007.
Peter has worked extensively in the United States, Greece and Japan and has exhibited in London, around Britain and in France.
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