Wynne had been charged with 16 offences of voyeurism dating from 1998 to 2015.During a trial in March he was convicted of five offences and was found not guilty of the remaining 11. Colme Daage,editor of French Photo pens forword to David Drebin's new monograph "Beautiful Disasters" published by te Neues and distributed around the world with opening book launch at Camera Work in Berlin on September 15th.
Wynne rigged up covert cameras in two houses, one in Beltinge, Herne Bay, and one in Hoath.
At the house in Beltinge cameras were hidden in the main bathroom, under the sink in the downstairs toilet, and in a ceiling fan and an infra-red alarm case in a spare bedroom.
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Natt said the cameras were installed to tape sex parties.
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Along with the 30 month prison sentence, Wynne was also made the subject of a 10 year Sexual Harm Prevention Order and was placed on the Sex Offenders’ Register for 10 years.
Investigating officer Detective Constable Julia Pettman said: ‘Wynne used his professional skills as an audio visual specialist to rig two houses with hidden cameras so he could film people for his own sexual gratification.
At the house in Hoath cameras were found hidden behind mirrors in the main bathroom and the ensuite bathroom.