Neil has enjoyed photography since he was given a Kodak 126 at the age of 6, then moving on to an SLR at 11 before going digital in 2001. Neil also worked in the photographic industry from the early 1990ís where for around 12 years he spent his time within the processing side of the industry. However it was in 1997 when things changed for Neil, as a keen railway photographer Neil orgainsed his first photographic event, this was a steam railway event in deepest Devon, from that point onwards Neil continued to run the occasional event when his career permitted. However it wasnít until the late 2000ís that he run his first Ďnoní railway event, a trip on the Solent chasing the Paddle Steamer Waverley, it was at this point TimeLine Events started to develop into what it is today.
Emily is a London based professional photographer with over 8 years experience in working in the photography industry. For 3 years she worked for Nikon at their photography training centre, and now works as a freelance photographer capturing a wide variety of weddings and events. She is also a keen wildlife and landscape photographer. Since coming on board with TimeLine Events Emily has been co-ordinating & administering events while also assisting on the running of our Adventures and Training Days. She also manages the TLE Club liaising with members to ensure they get the best opportunities that the Club offers its members.
Now retired Peter has a pedigree in photography that spans his life all the way back to the mid 1960ís. It was in the 1960ís when Peter found his passion for railways as well as photography, both coinciding with the fast approaching end of steam on Britainís mainline railways. With his first camera along with a network of likeminded friends Peter spent all his leisure time travelling the UK documenting the end of BR steam. After steam finished on the mainline Peter, by then working within the photo processing industry found opportunity to continue his railway photography at the then various fledgling preserved railway lines that were starting to become established on previously closed branchlineís up and down the Country. Peter has never lost his passion for railways and is still a very active photographer, regularly visiting many of Britainís heritage railways in addition to helping and advising TimeLine Events to help ensure historical accuracy on many of our adventures.
David has been running photographic events since the mid 1990ís and was a pioneer in Ďnoní railway events and the use of re-enactors at his events. Along with running photographic events David has worked as a technical author and has given much of his free time to a variety preservation projects all over the UK. Nowadays David is still very active with his own events but is a valued member of the TimeLine Events team, putting his writing skills to good use along with his excellent knowledge of all things heritage. Equally you will find David on many of our events helping the team to ensure they run smoothly.