Glyn Lewis was born in Whitchurch, Shropshire.Following an earlier career as a computer software engineer, he worked as a photographic essayist, beginning in Hong Kong where he photographed the plight of people living on the streets and in crowded bed-space lodges. On returning to the UK, he produced photographic essays on the ministry of Agricultural Chaplains to the farming community, the work of Park
Attwood Clinic and the role that therapies play in aiding the healing processes, and on the religious order of the Poor Clares. His essay, The Gospel, told in photographs and words, has been exhibited in the cathedrals of Wells, Exeter and Chichester.
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