Shepy explained that there are two sides to his photography which are professional and hobby.
The professional side includes wedding photography, product photography (he recently spent two days photographing 200 sets of contact lenses shown off by 3 models), book covers (including 'The Butterfly Cabinet' by 'Bernie McGill', 'Fallen Gods' by 'Quintin Jardine' and an advert for Volkswagen) and many more projects.
As a hobby Shepy explained his love of Urban Exploration, the dangers, the thrills and ultimately recording history at that point in time for future generations to see and joked about visiting an old derelict remote Scottish NHS hospital in the middle of winter to find that they were able to take photographs in just their T-shirts as the electric and indeed the heating had been left on?
Shepy has taken a diverse range of photographs over a period of four years which we were lucky enough to view a sample of tonight, with some nice anecdotes and stories, in depth explanations of how the photographs were taken and a huge respect for the environment in which Shepy was taking photographs.
Stunning photographs and professionally presented at a technical level that all could understand.
'The quickest way to make money at photography is to sell your camera'