Meet the Camera Club Council of Tennessee (3CT) Team
The Camera Club Council of Tennessee (3CT) has fully embraced the culture and spirit of developing a sustainable organization statewide in Tennesse and surrounding states. Board Officers and Directors establish the Council's overall purpose and strategy, which provides many opportunities to connect their duties with the Council culture. The 3CT's culture was "Created to Foster a Spirit of Fellowship, Sharing, and Competitiveness Among Member Clubs."
Doug also serves as the President of the Giles County Photo Club and lives in Pulaski, TN. Doug is a retired computer programmer and enjoys a part-time career photographer. He shoots on average 50,000 images a year and his favorite subject is people.
Tommy is retired and lives in Jackson, TN where he is also the Vice-President of the Jackson Photo Club where he has been a member for over eight years.
Landscape photography is Michele's favorite type of photography, but, she is also interested in children and portrait photography
Pat has served as the Secretary and the 3CT monthly newsletter. She has been a member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga since 1997. Additionally, she is a current member of the Photographic Society of America.
Sally is retired and travels as much as possible. She is on the Board of Directors for the Chattanooga Photographic Society and chairperson of the Boot Camp. As Activities Director of the Camera Council of Tennessee, she helps develop and organize events within the club. Her favorite type of photography is nature.
Over the past four decades, Jeff has been a dependable, responsible, and unyielding supplier to Ad Agencies and Corporate Clients around the USA. A complete understanding and control of the craft of photography have allowed Jeff to keep himself in the top rankings of commercial advertising photographers across the USA. Jeff enjoys teaching photography to fellow photographers at all skill levels and will continue holding classes and seminar in his dual roles of President and Education Director.
Michael has been a pro photographer since 2009 and involved with the tourism industry since 2010. His workflow is split between digital and film. Michael's mission is getting as many photo clubs as he to interact with each other and learn from one another through programs and outings. He also handles the individual lifetime membership program and is responsible for adding additional photo clubs to the 3CT.
Beverley "Kay" Crick
Social Media Director
Kay started in photography when she was young. Her father was a photographer and developed his photos himself. She learned from him and learned from doing, also.
She started painting over two years ago. She finds it relaxing, as well as productive. She has won in shows as Best Use of Color, Merit Awards, among others.
She is from Jackson, Tennessee and has worked in Banking and as an Affiliate Broker in Real Estate.
She holds offices in the Jackson Photo Club, 3CT, Jackson Visual Art Association and Art in the Village in Jackson.
Originally from West Tennessee, Dave now lives in Florence, AL. He is a member of the Lawrenceburg Photography Society, and the Giles County Camera Club. Dave's primary photography preference is old buildings, Rock City Barns, landscapes and anything else that is interesting.
Past President (2011-2015)
In the early sixties, Sue developed an interested in photography and has been an avid amateur photographer ever since. In the mid-nineties, Sue became an active camera club member starting in St. Louis, MO and for the entire time, she's lived in Cookeville, TN. Since joining the Cookeville Camera Club (CCC), she has written many photographic articles that have been published. She is a member of the Photographic Society of America (PSA), a founding member of the Camera Club Council of Tennessee (3CT) and served as first President of the 3CT for four years. Sue will continue to provide the 3CT her expertise on an as-needed basis.