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Leeds Learning Disability Week Photography Competition winner Daniel Lee has been taking his photography skills out on the road. After winning the competition’s Outdoors and Nature category, Emma Webb from competition sponsors One360 mentioned Daniel’s superb photographs to her clients at Traditional Stone and Slate Supplies. They were so impressed with Daniel’s work that Emma got back in touch to arrange for Daniel to visit and take on the photography for their new website!
On July 21st Daniel visited the Traditional Stone sites at Crigglestone, Horbury and a quarry in Holmfirth to help develop a photographic library for the company’s future use. The day proved to be a fantastic success and great fun for all with close to 1000 photographs being taken during the day.
John Burley from Leeds and York Partnership NHS Trust said “This really was a fantastic outcome from this year’s Leeds Learning Disability Week Photography Competition. The competition was always intended as a way of recognising people’s skills while bringing together a visual record of the year. The quality of entries is very high but for Daniel to be recognised in this way is brilliant. It was great to see him at work along with some fantastic support from Karl Wilson of Leeds Autism Service. Massive thanks to the wonderful people at Traditional Stone for their hospitality and such a fabulous day!”
Jonathan Hunter, Managing Director of Traditional Stone commented “It was a pleasure to work with Daniel; he has an exceptional eye for photography, our pictures are amazing! Autism is something that is close to our hearts at Traditional Stone and we look forward to supporting the Leeds Autism Service over the coming year.”