This is the start of a regular feature where, from time to time, we'd like to highlight one of our many talented members on the main home page of mu-43.com. Over time we'll be featuring many different members who contribute so much in the forums. Some of the features may take the form of an interview, others just a straight post. Either way, I hope everyone enjoys getting to know some of our regular posters in a bit more depth. All of these threads will be located in our Featured members forum, so feel free to carry on the conversation there . _______________________________________ Ian Lloyd-Graham, known here as Iansky, is located in The Cotswolds, UK. Ian previously worked for the US Government in West Berlin for 11 years as a photojournalist. He returned home in 1991 after documenting the fall of the Berlin Wall and associated events, visits from numerous heads of state including the Queen of Great Britain, Ronald Reagan and George Bush senior, as well as numerous US Secretaries of State and Senators. He continued as a working photographer until 2001, using all formats from 10x8 to 35mm. Ian now views photography as a hobby and means of relaxation and has converted over to digital cameras ranging from compacts to digital rangefinder. You can find see more of Ian's recent work, which he describes as a collection of digital images using compacts/DSLR's and digital rangefinders purely for his own relaxation and non-commercial purposes from May 2007 to the current time, at his blog: http://www.ianskyphotosite.blogspot.com/ Several of Ian's many wonderful photographs shared here at mu-43.com are attached below.