Welsh photographer and cameraman Ron Davies has died. Born in Aberaeron in 1921 Ron worked for ITV in Wales during a long career behind the lens.
After joining the RAF as an instrument technician mainly on Spitfires, he was later seconded to a photographic unit and became an accredited war photographer covering the Far East War Trials.
A motorcycle accident in Sept 1950 left him paralysed and confined to a wheelchair. On his discharge he went home and resumed his career as a photographer.
As a press photographer he first worked for the Welsh language paper Y Cymro. The advent of ITV in Wales saw him send some trial films in and he was asked him to do more work by the company - the start of his second career as a freelance cameraman.
He later became a part-time lecturer in photography and was described as an "inspirational teacher " in his third career.
Renowned for his portraits and landscapes he has had several exhibitions. A major one in the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth for his 80th birthday.
He was honoured by Gorsedd y Beirdd and was awarded an OBE.