Jim Chung has degrees in Biochemistry and Dentistry from the University of Western Ontario and has been a member of the Toronto RASC Center for more than a decade. Family and work preoccupations made him a latecomer to astronomy where he developed an obsession with photographing the Sun, the planets and deep space objects. His work has appeared in magazines such as Sky & Telescope and SkyNews and for several years he wrote a regular column in the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Last summer his book was released,”Astro Imaging Projects for Amateur Astronomers – A Maker’s Guide”. Dr. Chung has lectured extensively about how to photograph the cosmos and how this can be accomplished on a budget often by making your own telescopes and gear, and modifying cameras. He is determined to turn anyone into a amateur astrophotographer!