Wayne is a digital technology expert and photographer. He has made his career leading digital technology startups for corporates and is a former Chief Information Officer. He trained as a Mechanical Engineer, and has a masters degree in design from the Royal College of Art.
Wayne has been creating analogue images since 1975 and digital images since the 1990s. After the RCA, he worked initially as a multimedia consultant specialising in Photoshop, animation and 3D CAD. He then set up and managed the Automobile Association’s Multimedia department and website. He pioneered the use of QuickTime Virtual Reality software to create interactive panoramic images, from 35mm photographs, used for virtual travel guides.
Wayne used the first digital camera in 1996 for work at the AA, and bought a DSLR in 2001.
He made front page news in August 2004 when as a tourist in Boscastle, Cornwall, shot the iconic video of the flood waters sweeping cars down the centre of the village, used on the BBC news and numerous TV programmes since using a simple Canon Ixus digital point and shoot.
Wayne joined Brighton & Hove Camera Club in 2004 and is a competition judge in the Surrey Photographic Association and has been a lecturer at clubs and societies in the south of England on a variety of topics about photographic technology and techniques. (Some of the lecture slides images and notes can be seen under the LECTURES tab.)
A member of the Brighton and Hove Camera Club, Wayne runs practical workshops with his partner Allison, such as a recent vintage fashion shoot in his own purpose built studio.
You can look at his photos and order prints on
Wayne has also lead the development of a new website for the BHCC
Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society awarded in 2006
LRPS from Royal Photographic Society 2005
“Ford & Concorde” Selected for the Surrey Photographic Association 2016
“Clowns in the mist, Brighton beach” exhibited in the annual international Royal Photographic Society exhibition 2015
“Drawing” exhibited in the annual international Royal Photographic Society exhibition 2015, a Judges Pick by Richard Billington, and featured in the RPS Journal.
“The Volleyballers” exhibited in the bi-annual international Royal Photographic Society exhibition 2015
Design Matters Exhibition 2011 at the Penny School Gallery, part of Kingston College.
“Passionate about photographing cars, he uses his professional eye to create strong and powerful imagery showing the synergy between engineering and design”
Rosemary Williams – Former Director of the Penny School Gallery
“Barbershop” exhibited in the Surrey Photographic Association (SPA) exhibition 2014
“Siena Duomo” exhibited in the Surrey Photographic Association (SPA) exhibition 2010
“Spiral ramp” Fiat car factory exhibited in the Surrey Photographic Association (SPA) exhibition 2008
“Jaguar” exhibited in the annual international Royal Photographic Society exhibition 2006
“Displaced” exhibited in the Surrey Photographic Association international exhibition 2006 and in the annual international RPS print exhibition 2006