Artist Paul Woodburn launched an exhibition fo his work at the Lighthouse Museum on Tuesday, displaying an array of his photography.
Speaking on his exhibition, Mr Woodburn said of it: “This is a great opportunity for my work to be seen by a wider audience. People visit the museum from all over the world, it is possibly the main tourist attraction in the whole area, so I’m very excited about my exhibition.
“The exhibition room is a great place to show pictures as there is plenty of space for people to stand back as well as view pictures close up. All in all, this should be a great couple of months for me.”
Paul Woodburn, began taking photographs in his early teens, in Yorkshire.
“After pursuing a career in music, photography was rekindled when I changed career to a lighting product designer and found the need for a photographer who understood lighting products,” he said.
“Since embracing digital processing [in 2000], I have been experimenting with colour enhanced images to develop ‘in colour’ photographs, this gives me an additional dimension for expression and emotion, adding further individuality to my work,” Mr Woodburn added.
For more information on Paul Woodburn, visit his website at eastlightphotography.com.