Architect and photographer Rick Hulbert presents a session on architectural photography for the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club on Monday, April 15.

Photo Arts Club presents session on architectural photography

Rick Hulbert leads seminar in Abbotsford on Monday, April 15

The Abbotsford Photo Arts Club holds a session on architectural photography on Monday, April 15.

The session runs from 7 to 9 p.m. at Summit Centre, 3600 Townline Rd., and is presented by Rick Hulbert.

Hulbert is an international award-winning and published architect, urban designer and photographer.

He has been a frequent lecturer, teacher, and seminar panel participant on four continents.

He has been named a fellow in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, which is among the highest honours that can be bestowed upon a member.

Hulbert is a former president of the Architectural Institute of British Columbia.

He is also an academician in the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts, one of the youngest members ever to be elected to that body.

As an architect, Hulbert has won design awards or has had his works published each and every year for the past 35 years.

Admission to the Photo Arts Club session is free, and registration is not required.

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