SLIDESHOW: In Pictures with Cass Castagnoli

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A LIFETIME in photography has reaped some fantastic rewards for Cass Castagnoli.

The North London-born man worked for 29 years within a major press agency in the heart of the Capital, as a darkroom manager.

The big freeze in the United Kingdom continues through 2009 into 2010.  Pictured: Snow covered beach in Marske by the Sea, North East England.
The big freeze in the United Kingdom continues through 2009 into 2010. Pictured: Snow covered beach in Marske by the Sea, North East England.

He printed for some of the world’s most famous photographers, including Lord Snowdon, Lord Lichfield, Parkinson, Terry O’Neill, Terence Donovan and David Bailey.

He has also had images published in books, magazines and newspapers around the world.

Cass formed Full Spectrum Images to showcase his landscape images that have been exhibited at venues all around the North-East.

He said: “The region has a fantastic diverse landscape that captures the imagination and the light is second to none. I just love living here.”

Whitby Town Dates Back To Roman Times But Its History Really Began Just Over 1300 Years Ago With The Foundling Of The Original Abbey By King Oswy Of Northumberland.Whaling Was An Important Industry In Whitby During The 18th And Early 19th Centuries.Whitby Is Famous For Captain James Cook,Who Was Taken On As An Apprentice At The Age Of 17 In 1746 By Local Ship Owner Captain John Walker.
Whitby Town Dates Back To Roman Times But Its History Really Began Just Over 1300 Years Ago With The Foundling Of The Original Abbey By King Oswy Of Northumberland.Whaling Was An Important Industry In Whitby During The 18th And Early 19th Centuries.Whitby Is Famous For Captain James Cook,Who Was Taken On As An Apprentice At The Age Of 17 In 1746 By Local Ship Owner Captain John Walker.

His work includes images of Hartlepool, Redcar and Saltburn as well as other local scenes.

Our thanks go to him for submitting his work and we hope others will follow his example.

 

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