Check out the fantastic work of our VFC Club members who are frequent participants on our photography trips and courses. They share our passion for pictures and are always game for an adventure! We hope their wonderful images will give you inspiration. Enjoy!
Christine Wiestner is originally from Zimbabwe but has called Switzerland her home since 1991. She became interested in getting serious about photography during a holiday in Scotland in 2012 while photographing the coastal landscape.
Barry DonovanBarry Donovan, originally from Ireland, has lived in Switzerland since 1991, aside from a five year break in Vancouver, Canada. He became interested in photography as a six-year old while exploring old Irish and Scottish churches and graveyards with his Uncle, an author and photographer.
Dagmar Anderson was born and raised in Switzerland’s Rhine Valley. She began working at the Viewfinder Center with her husband Matt in 2014 and her interest in photography has been growing since.
Alex Keuning, originally from the Netherlands, has lived in Switzerland for six years but got started with photography in the 1990s, shooting film and taking analog photography and dark room courses in Amsterdam.
Fabienne Garnier, originally from France, has been living in Switzerland since 2009. Fabienne discovered her passion for photography in 2015 while participating in Viewfinder’s Advanced Photography Study.
Geoff Dawes was born in Harare, Zimbabwe and lived in South Africa until immigrating to Switzerland in 1984. Geoff bought his first digital SLR camera in 2007 and finds himself most drawn to landscape, nature and macro photography.
Steve Wright is an Englishman who has been living in Switzerland for 11 years. At the risk of dating himself, Steve claims the Kodak Brownie as his very first camera but has been happily shooting digital for the last several years.
Matt Anderson, a proud native of America’s Pacific Northwest, first became interested in photography as a high school student when a clever yearbook teacher thought to channel his restless energy into documenting life on campus with a donated 35mm camera. From that point on he was hooked!