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3CT CAMERA CLUB COUNCIL OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

For 2018

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-Gordy

Pat Gordy

President
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.
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Dave Reasons

Vice President/Communications Director & Webmaster
Dave has served on the Board for the last three years as Webmaster for 3CT. Currently, he is a member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga where he also serves as a Director and Webmaster. When the resignation of the former Vice President was announced, Dave stepped forward and volunteer to take on the Vice President's duties as well. Dave enjoys taking Landscape images as well as other types of images.
Sally-Edwards

Sally Edwards

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.
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Martin Fish

Treasurer
Martin retired after 30+ years as a civilian employee in the Information Technology Directorate of the U.S. Coast Guard. Martin and his wife moved to the Chattanooga area in 2017, so Tennessee is still quite new to them. Martin likes to photograph anything but likes human portraiture the least. He likes to take photographs but does not exhibit them or compete much, due to his inexperience with the numerous options in Photoshop. Right now, he is using a Nikon DSLR but is thinking that mirrorless might be in his future.
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Kay Crick

Newsletter Editor & 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.
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Mickey Rountree

Educational Director
Mickey started in photography in 1976 when he inherited a Canon Ftb 35mm film camera. Since then he has completed the photography program at Cleveland State and worked with 35mm, medium format, and large format in both color and black and white. He went totally digital in 2007. Since joining the PSC in the early ’80s, he has been treasurer, board member, contest chairman, the first PSC webmaster, and has twice been president. After teaching Respiratory Care at Chattanooga State for 29 years, he retired in 2015 to be able to devote more time to travel and photography. Originally mainly a studio shooter, he has branched out into travel and landscape photography and teaching workshops. Mickey started in photography in 1976 when he inherited a Canon Ftb 35mm film camera. Since then he has completed the photography program at Cleveland State and worked with 35mm, medium format, and large format in both color and black and white. He went totally digital in 2007. Since joining the PSC in the early ’80s, he has been treasurer, board member, contest chairman, the first PSC webmaster, and has twice been president. After teaching Respiratory Care at Chattanooga State for 29 years, he retired in 2015 to be able to devote more time to travel and photography. Originally mainly a studio shooter, he has branched out into travel and landscape photography and teaching workshops.
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