Capturing the moments that matter to you...
Neil Simon Wedge, that's my full name and the photography business uses my first and middle name. I have chosen to share two photographs from my personal collection of which I am very proud. The large black and white image was me appearing as a mascot for Leicester City FC at the now redeveloped Filbert Street - I was just 8 years old. The image below was taken by my son Josh in 2012 when I was an Olympic Torchbearer, a truly superb experience.
The final picture to the right was at The National Cycling Centre in Manchester and was taken by my daughter as we watched Josh enjoy his 21st birthday present, an hours coaching and cycling in the velodrome.
As you can gather photographs have been important to me and my family. Ever since getting my first SLR at the age of 12 I have been capturing moments that matter to me and the those closest to me. Nothing is better than grabbing the old photograph albums or more recently photobooks and flicking through some very dear and treasured memories.
April 4th 1972 - Jon Sammels, me, H Davey and Frank McLintock
Picture: Copyright Neville Chadwick Photography, Wigston, Leicester.
Neil Wedge - Uppingham, Rutland
Born: Cromer, Norfolk 1964
Married to Jeanette with two children, Sam and Josh
Interests: photography, golf, squash, cricket and music. Follows Nottingham Forest and devotee of Trent Bridge and Nottinghamshire CCC. 2012 Olympic Torchbearer.
Camera: Canon 5D MkIII, Canon 7D Digital SLR and an assortment of lenses.