Credo seeks to illustrate some of the beliefs and practices of Judaism. Stemming from Daily or Festival prayers or in accordance with age-old custom they form part of the everyday life of the orthodox Jew. These outward ‘signs’ or observances remind the believer of the Divine and create the environment in which
meditation on His relationship with man can take place
Dennis Toff (b1926) trained at the School of Photography of the Regent Street Polytechnic (now University of London) in 1942 and served in the photographic branch of the Fleet Air Arm during World War II. He left photography in 1950 to pursue a successful business career returning on retirement in 1993. Since then his work has been exhibited in Australia, Austria, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, USA & the UK including the National Portrait Gallery, the RoyalPhotographic Society International Exhibition, The Association of Photographers Open, the London Salon of Photography, London Independent Photography Annual exhibitions and TheMall Galleries. He has had solo exhibitions at Christchurch in 2000 and at the Barbican Arts Library in 2007 His work is in the Collections of the National Portrait Gallery, the Jewish Museum and several private collectors. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
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