David Bell is Managing Director of Leica Camera Ltd, responsible for both Professional and Enthusiast photography as well as Nature Observation Optics.
He joined the company in 2006 after working at Fujifilm, Dunlop Slazenger, Philips Consumer Electronics and Duracell. Beyond his professional involvement, he has been a Leica M film photographer for a number of years, specialising in street and live performance.
Will Cheung is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and has spent nearly 25 years of his professional life working on imaging magazines. He has been a Leica M user since 1984 when he bought an M4P, a camera he still uses today.
Currently, he is a freelance photographer and journalist working with magazines such as Digital SLR User and Digital Photographer and is also Associate Editor of ePHOTOzine.com, the country’s leading photo-community website.
Will runs several photographic workshops at the Leica Akademie in London, including Travel & Holiday Photography and See The World in
Black & White.
Jonathan Margolis has been a keen photographer since the age of 11. When he was 15, Amateur Photographer magazine ran a feature on his photography. He would have turned professional but also began writing and at the time it was impossible to combine the two.
He remained a keen amateur and owned a variety of Leicas until, as an established journalist and writer on technology for The Financial Times, The Guardian and The Daily Mail among others, he was finally able to pursue his original ambition as a writer/photographer. He used a Leica M9 for a recent photo feature in The Times magazine on China.