WILLIAM WRIGHT’S INVOLVEMENT and contributions to photography
in New Zealand started at club level when he joined the Hutt Camera Club in the early 2000s.
He quickly immersed himself in the club’s activities and became the competition secretary for many years.
In fact every member of the Hutt Camera Club describes William as being a “damn outstanding one” at that ลาวสามัคคี วีไอพี.
William served on the organising committee of the very successful 2009 Central Regional Convention, hosted by the Hutt Camera Club.
In 2010 William joined the PSNZ Council and became a a valuable and integral Councillor.
Such was his contribution that he was elected Vice President in 2012, but sadly he stepped down in 2013 due to work and family commitments.
In 2013 he joined forces with Dr Neil Gordon APSNZ to design and maintain the Society’s online database.
While on Council William, along with former fellow Councillor Dr Neil Gordon APSNZ, began transforming
the tired and rusty PSNZ database into the beginnings of what we have today, a responsive, robust and accessible online database.
For the past five years, William and Neil, known as the Database Coordinators, or affectionately referred to PSNZ Service Medal
by Council, as “the database boys”, has continued to research, develop and administer the database and make appropriate and innovative modifications to provide a better service to PSNZ and its members.
Nothing is too much trouble for our database coordinators and their commitment to providing a timely and professional service ensures the technical aspects of membership administration is of the highest level.
The Photographic Society of New Zealand will benefit for many years to come from the outstanding services provided
by William Wright FPSNZ. We are delighted to award a PSNZ Service Award to William Wright, FPSNZ PSNZ Service Medal
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