Bryan C. Lindley has a First Class Honours Degree and Doctorate in Engineering from University College London, of which he is a Fellow. He worked at Director level for multinational engineering companies and completed his career as Chairman of a Cumbrian NHS Healthcare Trust covering community and mental health. He was awarded the CBE in 1982. Since schooldays he has had a great interest in photography and is a member of Penrith and District Camera Club, founding Penrith Contemporary Archives Group with his wife Judith. They live in Penrith in a house they designed and had built themselves, and are involved in many local activities.
Judith A. Heyworth studied Medicine at the University of Liverpool, has a Diploma in Public Health and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists. She worked around Liverpool and in London before many years as a Consultant Radiologist in a South Manchester Teaching Hospital, where her responsibilities included Paediatric Radiology. After retirement she spent nearly two years as a locum Consultant Radiologist at Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle. Like her husband Bryan she has enjoyed photography since schooldays; they have both embraced digital photography with enthusiasm and have awards from the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.