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Dave Vaughan
Attended The Kings School
Lives in Axminster, United Kingdom
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Axminster, United Kingdom
Ottery Saint Mary, United Kingdom - Warborough, United Kingdom
Freelance Photographer
I have worked in the aviation industry for the past nine years during this time I have gained valuable experiences in many areas. Over the past four years I have been involved with the design and implementation of many information and safety systems currently used within two UK airports.

My current role is very diverse, monitoring and controlling the safety of a large regional airport in the UK as well as assessing and managing risk across the airfield.

In addition to my aviation background I run a Photography business. I offer wedding, portrait and corporate services. My work has been published in Flight International Magazine, Local press and used by companies such as Air Tahiti Nui. 

I endeavour to expand my knowledge and experience in both aviation and photography in the coming years.
  • The Kings School
    GCSE & A Leval, 1996 - 2001
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Great atmosphere, great food and service at a good price.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We had not been to Dartmoor for a long time, we paid a visit to Whiddons and had something to eat and drink. The food was first class and so were the staff. Super service. Hope to be going back soon!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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