Chloe Dewe Mathews was born in London in 1982. After studying fine art she worked in the film industry before dedicating herself to photography.
Photobookshow is a Brighton-based arts organisation, set up in 2011 by William Sadowski and Kevin Beck to raise the profile of artist-led photobooks
Jason Larkin, (b. 1979) is a British photographer recognised for his desire to forefront the subjects on the periphery of current affairs. Soon after finishing his studies Larkin worked as a documentary photographer across the Middle East and Africa, with his work published worldwide. His latest body of work Tales From The City Of Gold […]
Nina Emett is founding Director of FotoDocument. She has combined a career in documentary photography with leading roles in policy, strategy and management in the public and voluntary sector where she has a track record of conceptualising and delivering complex arts and issue-based projects. Nina was strategic lead on racist hate crime, Brighton & Hove […]
Fabrica is a visual arts organisation based in a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton that commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the building.
Archive of Modern Conflict is a constantly evolving collection of unique imagery depicting visions of war and was conceived as a tool for discovering the happenings of the world. AMC also produce award-winning, independent publications on art and photography. Recent shortlistings include Deutsche Börse Photography Prize and Paris Photo Aperture Foundation Photobook Award in 2013, […]
Nathaniel Pitt (1975) born in Wordsley, Black Country, lives and works in Worcester UK. Nathaniel is an artist and gallerist, he is the director of Division of Labour an PITT projects. Nathaniel’s art and his work with others is collaborative and politically, socially, and economically driven with a conceptual bent, grounded in the everyday. Nathaniel’s […]
Valentina Quintano is an Italian freelance photographer based in London. She has been working since 2007 when she was the staff photographer of a regional magazine focused on social affairs. She works mostly within the editorial market but also with performance photography, events, portraiture, news. Her personal reportage projects try to investigate the different aspects […]
It is my reasoning and understanding that art practice should engage with the world in which we live, I consider art as a calling not a vocation and have been lucky enough to have spent the last 30 years making art full time. It is my goal to deal with the issues and complexities of […]
Syd Shelton Having studied fine art in Yorkshire, Syd began his photography practice in the early 1970s, following a move to Australia. In Sydney, he worked as a freelance photojournalist for newspapers such as Nation Review, The Age, and Digger. In 1975 he had a solo exhibition of his photographs, ‘Working Class Heroes’ at the […]
Murray Ballard (b.1983) is a photographer born and based in Brighton, UK. He graduated from the University of Brighton in 2007 with a BA(Hons) in Photography and was selected for ‘Fresh Faced and Wild Eyed 2008′ – the annual showcase of work by the most promising recent graduates – at The Photographers’ Gallery, London. In […]
Thomas Ball (b.1979, Saudi Arabia) is a documentary photographer from Ireland. He graduated with a first class degree in Natural Sciences from Trinity College Dublin in 2002. He went on to work in the environmental industry and aerial surveying in Australia and Ireland. In 2007 he undertook an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at […]
The day after my last exam, I threw a battered old Canon and a few rolls of Tri-X into a backpack and took a long route to Afghanistan. It was 1994. I didn’t really know what I was doing or where I was going. I hadn’t worked out how I was going to get into […]
Amanda Jackson, Originally from Canada, I moved to the UK in 2001 and completed an HND in photography at Hereford College of Art. In 2003 I moved to London and spent 4 years working as a freelance photographer’s assistant. I then returned to Hereford and completed a photography degree in 2008, gaining a First Class […]
Born in 1973, I am a London based Portrait and Documentary photographer. My personal work addresses themes around sustainable living and alternative lifestyles. Most recently I have been completing a series of photos depicting Grow Heathrow, a community garden located next to Britain’s busiest airport. Occupied by approximately 15 squatters, my project documents the […]
Sophie Gerrard is an award-winning documentary photographer from Scotland pursuing contemporary and social stories with a strong focus on environmentally sensitive themes. Born in Edinburgh in 1978, Sophie began her career as an environmental scientist graduating from Manchester University. Her creative passion for documenting environmental and social issues then led to a photography degree […]
Uriel Orlow lives and works in London. He makes multi-media installations that explore blind spots of history and forms of haunting and bring different image-regimes and narrative modes into correspondence. Orlow’s work has been exhibited widely including at recent survey exhibitions Recent British Artists Film and Video at Tate Britain and EVA International (both 2014), […]
Hannah Starkey was born in Belfast in 1971. She received a BA in Photography and Film from Napier University in Edinburgh in 1995 and an MA in Photography from Royal College of Art in London in 1997. She has received numerous awards throughout her career including the Vogue Condé Nast Award (1997), the 3rd International […]
Elizabeth Edwards is a visual and historical anthropologist and Professor of Photographic History and Director of the Photographic History Research Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester. She has previously held academic and curatorial posts at Oxford and London and a fellowship at Durham. Specialising in the social and material practices of photography, she has worked extensively […]
Matt Haycocks builds interventions in public spaces and teaches Design for Social Spaces in Central St Martins, London and at the Belfast School of Architecture.
From 1985-1995 Brigite Lardinois was Exhibition Organiser and Curator at the Barbican Art Gallery. In 1995 she was invited to set up Magnum’s Cultural Department in London. In 2006 she became Senior Research Fellow the London College of Communication at the University of the Arts in and since 2012 she is Deputy Director of their Photography and […]
Federica Chiocchetti is an independent curator and PhD researcher in photography and fictions at the University of Westminster, the founder and director of the photo-literary platform photocaptionist.com and a writer
Roger Hargreaves is an editor at the Archive of Modern Conflict overseeing the creation of a collection of international press photography. He has previously worked as a photography specialist in museums and galleries, higher and community education. He has curated numerous exhibitions, edited books and published countless essays on photography for amongst others the Tate […]