Terry Wilson was born in 1918. He started work as an office boy and thereafter with Kodak where he developed his interest in photography. He spent 5 years wartime service in photo reconnaissance in the RAF. Following demobilisation he returned to Kodak before starting his own photographic business in London. After working in Vancouver BC and New York in the production of microfilm equipment he returned to England and set up his own Company. In the late eighties he retired to Hampshire. He holds awards for photography, two patents and is a Fellow of the Institute of Reprographic Technology.