Leadership Team

Executive Committee

President - Keith Hill

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Keith has been a member of the club since 2008. He studied design and photography at Utah State University. (Yes, he used film!)  He began his digital photography efforts in 2004 with the purchase of a Canon D60. From there he has photographed a variety of subjects for both work and personal purposes. Today, he continues to experiment with a variety of subjects from portraits to landscapes and street photography to "altered reality" images.

He also maintains a blog about the inner workings of the club, titled the President's View, at http://presidentsview.wordpress.com

Vice President, Chief Technology Officer & Exhibits Director - Jeff Clay

After working as a chemist, information technology director, and project manager, Jeff has finally decided what he wants to be when he grows up: a photographer. Consequently he has started two photographic businesses: Clayhaus Photography which explores fine-art color and B&W landscapes, architecture, and travel photography. Whether you find him in the canyons of southern Utah, the streets of Manhattan, the epic ruins of SE Asia, or a medieval village in France (sipping a fine wine, no doubt), Jeff is the guy with three cameras around his neck and a tripod in hand.



Treasurer - John Nellist



Mentoring - John Ballard

Born in Milwaukee.  BS in mechanical engineering.  President of MagicSpace Entertainment, presentor of touring Broadway musicals such as Wicked and Lion King. Started photography in college with a course at MIT.  Shoots landscapes, theater, old buildings, pawn shops with Canon equipment.  Special interest in technical aspects of photography, especially Photoshop, Lightroom and digital asset storage. WCC offers it’s members multiple opportunities to improve their photography and take it to the next level.  The mentorship program is another valuable asset in reaching those goals.

Competitions - Jason Hutchison

Jason has an Associate degree in electronics and works at BD Medical as a Toolmaker.

Photography is a passion which consumes and controls him at times. He will shoot almost anything including portraits, weddings, landscapes and wildlife. He loves photo competitions and showing his work to anyone who will look at it, as well as seeing the work others have created. He shoots Canon. Please feel free to contact him at  with any questions or comments.



Field Trips - Rick Cohen

Rick Cohen is a Southern California boy at heart, having spent half of his life there.  But he's grown to love the Wasatch Front over the last 30 years.  He is a retired computer programmer of 45 years.  Rick shoots landscapes, animals and sports with Nikon crop-sensor cameras.  When he isn't shooting or processing he is likely to be found on a tennis court.

Rick looks forward to organizing regular photo day trips and meeting many more club members.



Over-Night Field Trips - Claudia O'Grady










Workshops - Lisa Thompson

Committee Members

Exhibits and Competition Committee - Mary Whitesides

Mary Whitesides is one of the founding members of the Sundance Catalog Co.  She was the stylist and an art director for all the photo shoots on the catalog for 10 years.

Aid to Artisans has sent her around the world with new designs for economically challenged artisans to help them find sustainable markets.  While in country, she photo-documented all projects and artisans for special reports.

Addtionally, Whitesides is the author and art director of:  Mountain Style, Desert Style, Wicker Design Wine Country – Architecture and Interiors and Mediterranean Design – Architecture and Interiors.  Many of her photographs appear in each book.



 Galleries Manager and Exhibits Committee - Brandon Tolman