3CT CAMERA CLUB COUNCIL OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
The Camera Club Council of Tennessee (3CT) has fully embraced the culture and spirit of developing a sustainable organization statewide in Tennessee 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 is driven by our Ethos "Created to Foster a Spirit of Fellowship, Sharing, and Competitiveness Among Member Clubs."
Pat has previously served as the 3CT Treasurer, Secretary and as Editor of the 3CT monthly newsletter. Currently she is 3CT President, She has been a member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga since 1997 and is the current PSC Past-President. Also, she heads the Youth Photography Showcase and Scenic City International Photo Exhibition for PSC. In addition, she serves in different capacities of the Photographic Society of America. Traveling and photography are her hobbies, and Pat enjoys macro photography the most, but also does landscapes and wildlife images.
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.
Secretary & Activities Director
Sally is retired and a frequent traveler. She is the Secretary for the Camera Club Council and a member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga. Her favorite photography subject is dragonflies, as well as landscapes but is interested in nearly all types from cave photography to aerial photos She uses a Canon 5D Mark III and recently purchased an Olympus OMD mirrorless camera.
Steve is a Certified Public Accountant and resides in Clarksville, TN. He is a native of Loretto/Lawrence County, TN and was an active member of the Lawrenceburg Photographic Society for several years before joining the Clarksville Friends of Photography. Steve helped to organize and lead the 2017 Scott Kelby Photowalk and the 2018 3CT Fall Event in Clarksville/Montgomery County, TN. He enjoys combining his love of photography with his love for travel and history. Steve enjoys photographing landscapes, architecture, and anything “old” or “unusual”.
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.
Renee retired to Lexington, Tennessee from a career in the Pharmaceutical Industry and now enjoys more time for photography and travel. In 2016 she earned a “Roving Photographer Certificate” from Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Jackson Photo Club and serves as Vice-President. As the 3CT Newsletter Editor, she supports the organization’s mission and the communication process for members and member clubs.
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.
Communications Director & Webmaster
Dave is retired from TVA and originally from Alamo, TN. He is a Navy Vietnam Veteran, and was assigned to the Destroyer USS Bausell DD-845 and now lives in Soddy Daisy, TN. He is a member of the Chattanooga Photography Society and also serves as the Society's Webmaster. Dave's primary photography interest are Landscapes, waterfalls, old buildings, Rock City Barns, and other old and odd things.