New course Mixed Media Photography

It’s up on the website! I’ll be running a new course at Chelsea College of Arts in November – a three-day course to allow students to develop their Mixed Media Photography project: from proposal writing to shooting, editing and manipulating. All the details can be found here. 

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Back at work

July will see me go back to Chelsea College of Arts to deliver this fun and exciting one day course in Mixed Media Photography, for which I believe there are a couple of places left! More information on the course and how to book can be found here.

 © Student’s work 2017

 

Photography Portfolio Course

I will be running a photography portfolio preparation course (16 to 18 year olds) at London College of Communication this summer.  Places are still available, all the details can be found on the University of the Arts London website.Screen Shot 2016-06-16 at 19.56.42

Photography Portfolio Course

I will be running a photography portfolio preparation course at London College of Communication starting next Saturday, places are still available, all the details can be found on the University of the Arts London website.

Publication

My project Interim Gardening will be published in a photo book as the results of an open call initiated by K- Collective. The book will feature a specially commissioned article by Guardian columnist and reknowed place-hacker, Bradley L Garrett.

The photo book will be on display at the ‘Privates Lives Public Space’ exhibition which will showcase the work of Esteban LalindeJack MacBeanLaurent PerrotEnzo Mercedes spanning the genres of landscape, architectural photography and portraiture.

EXHIBITION OPENS
Friday 27th November 17.00 – 20.00 ( with wine ! )
Saturday 28th November 13.00 – 18.00
Sunday 29th November 13.00 -17.00 
Fiumano Fine Art

Unit 12 | 21, Wren Street, WC1X 0HF London

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This exhibition is concerned with examining the changing parameters of the public and private spheres and how these transformations are manifest particularly in city life; in the people and in the landscape. At a time of housing crisis and frequent over crowding, when a two hour commute means the train carriage stands in for the kitchen, the dressing room or the office, in a city where private moments are under cctv surveillance, how has the once strict dichotomy of public/private mutated and redefined itself? Who benefits from these changes, and who loses out? This exhibition aims to address these complex and typical questions through the medium of photography.

Photofusion SALON/15

I will be taking part in the Photofusion SALON/15 again this year. All the details below.

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION DATES

10 DECEMBER 2015 – 29 JANUARY 2016

LAUNCH PARTY

WEDNESDAY 9 DECEMBER, 18.30 – 21.00


Photofusion SALON is a gallery highlight in Photofusion’s calendar, showcasing an impressive range and quality of work produced by Members throughout the year. Exhibited salon-style, the photographic and video work of 100 artists will be installed in the gallery from floor to ceiling.

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Lambeth walk murals restoration

Yesterday saw the unveiling of the new Lambeth Walk murals, community project ran by Creative Sparkworks, led by talented artists Suzy Masterson and Alice Keen.

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This project was commissioned by the Ethelred Tenants Association and supported by the London Murals Preservation Society &  Watmos Community Homes.

Printmaking workshop at Summerhouse

I attended a printmaking workshop yesterday at Louise’s lovely home studio, learning printmaking techniques using a juice carton, a rusty nail and a pasta machine for printing press! Very creative afternoon, suitable for all levels and easy technique to repeat at home. DETAILS AND TICKET BOOKING HERE:
https://billetto.co.uk/en/users/louise-whitham

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Half Term Workshop

This February I ran a series of photography workshops for Nimble Arts, training 60 kids aged 4 to 11 to become roving little photographers for Nimble News.

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