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Our email addresses: 
Club information and business:
Send Share and Learn photos:
Contact the club webmaster:

Camera Club President - Jean Drummond or 

Camera Club Vice President, Special Projects - Pete Poulsen

Phone: 281-292-1568 or

Advisory Board
Jean Drummond, President-​
Pete Poulsen, Vice-President-
Shirley Voelker, Webmaster- 
Linda Henderson, Accounting and Membership
Carolyn Townley, PowerPoint Program Editor -
Anita Wren, Correspondence
Marty Saikowski, Welcome/Refreshment Tables Coordinator

Georganna Smith, Welcome/Refreshment Tables Coordinator
Elaine Poulsen, Camera Club Shirts
Bob Gower, Membership/Financial Assistant
Regan Chambers, Mentor Coordinator

Vance Schwantes, Area Photo Events Calendar

​​Special Interest Groups
Fine Art of Seeing SIG

Becky Anderson,
Mike Schaffner, Assistant -
Carlos Hernandez, Assistant -

Processing Your Photos (Post-Processing) SIG

Pete Poulsen,
Don Rueter, Assistant -
Mac Rodgers, Assistant -

Learning to Shoot SIG

Bill Park -

​Critiquing Your Photos SIG

​Mike Schaffner -

Becky Anderson -

Lisa Griffis -

Richard Houghton -

Mac Rodgers -

Field Trips and Workshops
John O'Brien, Field Trip Co-Coordinator- 
Richard Chesney , Field Trip Co-Coordinator-

Kathy Oliver, Field Trip

Joan Tilton, Workshop

Gerri Francis, Workshop

​Set-up Coordinators
​Regan Chambers - Team Coordinator -

Pete Poulsen -
Bob Beaird -
Jack Patton 
David Taylor -

Tom Tilton -

​​Van Drivers
Tom Boronow
Richard Chesney
Ricardo Cortez
Bob Gower
Randy Hill
Joe Kiker
Bella LaTaste
Don Peterson
Mac Rodgers
David Taylor
Ron Walton


Check Request Form for Advisory Board Members

​​​January 2018 Minutes -Annual Advisory Board Meeting of Camera Club Volunteers

All Photos are available in full size in

The Woodlands Camera
​Club Photo Gallery

We established The Woodlands Camera Club in 2006 to address the needs of amateur photographers from our area who simply wanted to take better pictures. To our pleasant surprise, the club has attracted photographers of every level. While it is still our main purpose to serve the less experienced "picture-takers", a significant number of very advanced amateurs are also heavily involved with the club.

The meetings consist of a very short "business" session, a 30- to 45-minute presentation by a guest speaker, and conclude with a "Share & Learn” session during which club members share their photographs and interests with others. The meetings are intended as an entertaining learning experience. We have no competitive photo contests.

We also have four Special Interest Groups (SIGs) which address learning your camera equipment, using your camera, composition, and post processing on the computer. Those groups, plus field trips and workshops, are all designed to help club members become great friends through the sharing of a common interest!

 About The Woodlands Camera Club​

April 3, 2006

Inaugural Meeting of

The Woodlands Camera Club

​​​The Woodlands Camera Club