Alan Cornall with one of his many eagle photos. Cornall frequents Denman Island to take photos of eagles.

Meet the photographer at the MAC

Parksville photographer hosting drop-in meet and greet on July 27

Alan Cornall, featured photographer in the MAC’s Concert Gallery this month, is hosting a drop-in meet and greet July 27 from 1-3 p.m. in the Concert Gallery.  Cornall will be there to talk about his travels and his photography.

Cornall’s work encompasses everything from portraits to commercial photography, but his true love lies with nature and more recently with wildlife.  With his wife Margret as his companion, he has driven thousands of miles searching for perfect images.

The MAC is delighted to offer this opportunity for everyone to meet Cornall and talk about his work.

— Submitted by the MAC

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