Stereoscopy Blog Founder and Author
My love of all things stereoscopy started very simply with the best childhood ‘toy’ I could have wished for: a View-Master. This incredible device captured my imagination and, along with my love of photography, inspired me to start creating my own stereoviews using different techniques, including digital and analogue; later studying and researching the history of photography and stereoscopy and also collecting my interests as much as I can without the bank chasing me.
After several years in the wilderness of science I am now very fortunate to work full-time in the world of stereoscopy: historical, modern and everything in between. Amongst my many roles I also regularly hold workshops and assist with talks, exhibitions and events for the public, institutions and university students and staff, all over the world and now virtually too. Additionally we work with different organisations to help them find ways to display stereoscopic images in their collections and share them with a wider audience. I might also write a blog about stereoscopy. If you would like any help with sharing or viewing stereoscopic images or are interested in 3-D presentations, please use the contact page to get in touch.
Boring bit: Please note that all views in my posts are my own and all blog content belongs to me. External websites which contain links to this blog are not endorsed by me or associated with this blog. The blog and myself are not affiliated with any clubs or societies. If you would like to re-use any of the content from this blog, please contact me first.
This blog is dedicated to all things Stereoscopic: past, present and future. My aim is to help make stereoscopy accessible to everyone, regardless of experience and knowledge, demystify it, and show how entertaining, enjoyable, artistic and educational it is.
I wanted to create a free and open resource where anyone can learn about the aspects of stereoscopy which appeal to them in their own time and at their own pace and to encourage everyone to join in. If you have any suggestions or requests for the website please get in touch, I would like to make it as useful as possible with your involvement.
Stereoscopy is my life and passion and I look forward to sharing it with you.