Steve Gale on the pebbled beach at Cot Valley Cornwall.

Steve started out as a commercial studio photographer, working for some top advertising agencies in London.

 

In 1978 he started up his own studio near Carnaby Street, later moving to larger premises in Islington. Steve was entirely self- taught in the art of photography and his determination to learn carried on throughout his life. With the onset of the digital age he was able to keep up to date with the latest technology, embracing the creative opportunities it offered with typical enthusiasm.

 

Steve always had a love for Cornwall especially West Penwith. He visited many times over the years and this landscape inspired him to start a project photographing areas of Celtic interest.  He also travelled to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Spain and many sites in the West Country as part of this project

Steve Gale on the Beach in Cornwall

He had many exhibitions of this work shown in various London locations and in the West Country.

 

In 2010 he made the decision to move to Cornwall and concentrate on his landscape work. He found the perfect place in Chapel Street to open his gallery and continue to photograph the area.

 

Sadly, Steve passed away in November 2013 but the gallery continues to be run by his family.

 

 

 

59 Chapel Street, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 4AE

01747 870644

info@gales-gallery.com

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Steve Gale on the pebbled beach at Cot Valley Cornwall.

Steve Gale on the Beach in Cornwall

Steve Gale on the pebbled beach at Cot Valley Cornwall.

Steve Gale on the Beach in Cornwall

Steve Gale on the pebbled beach at Cot Valley Cornwall.

Steve Gale on the Beach in Cornwall

Steve started out as a commercial studio photographer, working for some top advertising agencies in London.

In 1978 he started up his own studio near Carnaby Street, later moving to larger premises in Islington. Steve was entirely self- taught in the art of photography and his determination to learn carried on throughout his life. With the onset of the digital age he was able to keep up to date with the latest technology, embracing the creative opportunities it offered with typical enthusiasm.

 

Steve always had a love for Cornwall especially West Penwith. He visited many times over the years and this landscape inspired him to start a project photographing areas of Celtic interest.  He also travelled to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Spain and many sites in the West Country as part of this

 

He had many exhibitions of this work shown in various London locations and in the West Country.

In 2010 he made the decision to move to Cornwall and concentrate on his landscape work. He found the perfect place in Chapel Street to open his gallery and continue to photograph the area.

 

Sadly, Steve passed away in November 2013 but the gallery continues to be run by his family.