Artist: Joe Cornish
Joe Cornish was born in Exeter in 1958. He studied art at Reading University, where he first came under the spell of photography. After graduating in 1980, he worked as an assistant for four years in London and Washington DC. A few years of penury as a young working photographer followed.
In 1986 his early travel and landscape photography was accepted into Charlie Waite’s photolibrary, Landscape Only. From 1986 to 1995 Joe was responsible for either all or the majority of the photography in more than thirty travel books; these years were the proving ground for the landscape work that was to follow. In 1991 he went to Alaska with Raleigh International as expedition photographer. Alaska inspired Joe’s commitment to wild places and wilderness. His first job for the National Trust was the 1990 book, In Search of Neptune, and he has continued to work freelance for the Trust ever since. These experiences have convinced him of the vital role photography plays as an advocate for environmental protection.
Product Type: Framed Art with a glass and mount finish.
Size: 41" x 33"