Kim Walton was born and bred in Malvern, Worcestershire where he now lives with his wife and two children.
On leaving school he joined the Army where he travelled the world. He saw lots of sights but at that time wasn’t interested in photography ; some thing he regrets.
In 1990 he left the Army and joined the MOD Police in Herefordshire, where he met his long time friends Simon Green a Army Photographers.
Kim took up photography and with Simon always on hand to help out, a hobby became a way of life. Helping Simon out on workshops and arranging Photography courses abroad, there was hardly time for work.
Kim retired from the Police in 2004 and started work in the IT industry a nine to five job that enabled more time for photography.
A member of Beacon Camera Club (Malvern)where he is Program secretary which has given him access to many “named” photographers from whom he takes a lot of inspiration.
In 2011 Kim was accredited with an Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society and is now working towards a Fellowship qualification .