Welcome ...

Peter Langston
Six Nines Imagery
... to the company website for Six Nines Imagery. This site now incorporates all of the business interests of Six Nines, which has been set up to manage the creations of Peter Langston.

A former teacher, Peter retired in 2001 after twenty classroom years and has gradually been putting together a portfolio of interests which now form the activities of the company.

Peter is an established writer, having written on politics, sport, the arts and current affairs for more than thirty years in a variety of old and new media but has a great passion for poetry. In 2009, he released his first collection "Six Nines" his second, "Head Full Of Whispers" in 2012 and a third "Straightening My Tie" in January, 2015

Peter is a community presenter for the Black Dog Institute, specialising in presentations about mood disorders and helping children navigate through teenage depression. In recent years he has sold many of his prize winning photographs. He writes regularly for his cricket website thecricketragics and appears on ABC New England Morning Show during the summer to discuss sport.

You will find links to all of these activities as well as contact details for Six Nines Imagery on this and linked pages. Come and introduce your ideas to Peter's imagination.
"Honesty and courage are the two human traits I admire most of all and I think Peter has both in the writing of his poems. He reached my heart and its a pretty well guarded one after seventy years on planet earth. We've got some world class poets in this country and Peter has gradually established himself as one of them. I would recommend his book to anybody."
Eric Bogle 21/1/15

"One of the most powerful guest speakers we have ever had in the short history of our club, Peter Langston a local Poet, Writer, Photographer and Designer, gave us a brief run through on Bi-Polar disease and some of the common misconceptions. Through a brief but frank portrayal of Peter's own experience with his Bipolar disease, his descent into life threatening experience, diagnosis and the struggle to find the right mix of medication and help to get his life back to a manageable state, he covered the most common issues and some strategies that we can use to help."
Tamworth Sunrise Rotary 26/5/12