"A camera provides a way to realise a vision", says Michael Naylor.
Michael Naylor with his Leica M10
Michael doesn't believe it's necessary to justify creativity, because people have different perceptions and he has his. It's the pictures that matter, you either like them or you don't. So he doesn't see the point in writing loads of flowery words about his work or himself. He's British and born in the North of England in 1945. Before emigrating to Málaga Spain, just before the euro was introduced, he's worked for ABC Television, Yorkshire Television, the BBC and his own TV post-production company, Sync Facilities. It was his aunt Hilda who introduced him to photography when she gave him a printing frame and some chemicals when he was seven. Later, he was enrolled as a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain in 2012. He claims some of his works border on what is sometimes called fine art, but his others are something else. Michael does all his own giclées using pigment inks on heavy weight fine art papers. He says he'd like to be rich and famous - in that order.
2006 AIA Exhibition, Fuengirola, 2006 Lucia Gallery, Fuengirola, 2007 X-iBit-It Gallery, Fuengirola, 2011 Galeria La Perla, Fuengirola, 2012 Bill Bill Castle, Benalmadena, 2013 El Brujo, El Coto, 2014 Casa del la Cultura, La Cala, 2014 Gran Hotel, Benahavis, 2014 Mijas Hotel, Mijas, 2015 Gran Hotel, Benahavis, 2015 Casa del la Cultura, Las Lagunas
Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society for "Feeling Cancer" (Contemporary)
Associate of The Royal Photographic Society for "Deconstructing Reality" (Visual Art)
Associate of The Royal Photographic Society for "Memories of Contemporary Spain" (Contemporary)
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