Being in London for a few days, I was immensely pleased to learn that Tracy Hallett was promoted to Editor of Outdoor Photography magazine. Tracy was Deputy Editor for two years, and will be replacing Keith Wilson who will be moving to a new job at the magazine's holding company.
Congratulations to you Tracy....a well deserved promotion!
It's fitting that Tracy's talents extend to being an excellent photographer herself...she has recently exhibited images images from Thailand, Guatemala, Prague in Brighton, has had an image exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London, and has work published in 18 consumer titles including The Independent on Sunday, British Journal of Photography, Photography Monthly, Travel Photography and Black & White Photography.
Outdoor Photography is one of the better photography magazines published in Great Britain, and is known for its informative balance of features, tests, techniques, travel and environmental stories. Each issue features an array of landscape, wildlife and travel features, with regular contributions (including some of mine) by Britain's leading photographers, and tests of digital and film equipment by photographers for photographers.