Trevor Cole

To capture people, wildlife and landscapes and the interactions between them in the light of a world in transition is to encapsulate an inimitable moment which will never again materialise. My own ‘take’ as a geographer photographer! Born in the City of Derry in Northern Ireland and still have inextricable links to my home country. […]

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Sze Tsung Nicolás Leong

Sze Tsung Nicolás Leong is a British-American artist, born in Mexico City in 1970, and currently based in New York and Los Angeles. Leong’s work includes the series Cities, a detailed depiction of urban formations throughout the globe, from medieval towns to recent constructions, that together form a picture of the world at this particular […]

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Jonė Reed

Jone Reed‘s black and white photographs are as alluring as they are haunting. Whether it’s the blur of a body or the depth of shade and shadow, Reed has a natural ability to provoke emotion with her work. Describing photography as “the expression of artistic freedom,” her work transports the viewer to a place of […]

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John Thomson

John Thomson (14 June 1837 – 29 September 1921) was a pioneering Scottish photographer, geographer, and traveller. He was one of the first photographers to travel to the Far East, documenting the people, landscapes and artefacts of eastern cultures. Upon returning home, his work among the street people of London cemented his reputation, and is […]

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Constance Stuart Larrabee

Constance Stuart Larrabee, a photographer who recorded the vanishing tribes of southern Africa, the World War II battlefields of Europe and her life on Maryland’s tranquil Eastern Shore, died on July 27 at her home in Chestertown, Md. She was 85. Known as Constance Stuart earlier in her career, Mrs. Larrabee in 1997 donated her […]

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Malcolm Pasley

After studying photography at Art College and serving as an assistant for two years, Malcolm embarked on a career as a commercial fashion & beauty photographer in the 1980’s. After spending ten years doing this, and coinciding with a move to Los Angeles, he changed direction and became passionate about platinum printing, an early photographic […]

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Tony Ray- Jones

Tony Ray-Jones died in 1972 from leukaemia, aged just 30. After studying photography in England in the late 1950s he went for further study in New York between 1961 and 1964. The exhibition explains that in America ‘the street’ was much more a focus of outdoor life and community and was much more photographed and […]

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The new gypsies, Iain Mickell

Ian Mckell is an explorer with an intense eye for detail and composition. When working with models and celebrities Ian manages to penetrate beyond the surface. He is drawn to the character of the person. Often placing his subjects in curious landscapes or intimate interiors, brings a magical and otherworldly quality to his pictures. Clients […]

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Helen Warner

Helen Warner is a fine art photographer and film-maker living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Toulouse in the South West of France, Helen is a graduate of The Queen’s University of Belfast where she mastered in Cinema and Modernism. Her photography is deeply influenced by story telling, supernaturalism, and the irish landscape. […]

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Muzi Quawson

Muzi Quawson is a London-based artist and photographer who documents different aspects of American society. Quawson’s practice explores the nature of identity, focusing on people and communities that have adopted an existence as society’s alleged outsiders.

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Eric Kellerman

  Eric Kellerman is a Briton who has lived near Nijmegen in the Netherlands for just over half his life. In 2008, he retired from academic life to spend even more time on photography. He works almost entirely in the studio and uses digital equipment from camera to print, although image manipulation is limited to […]

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Dawn Black

You could say that photography is in my blood. My father and grandfather were both keen amateur photographers plus my grandfather also worked at Ilford, the black and white film and paper company. As a youngster I was usually to be found with a camera in hand and justifiably earned the affectionate nickname of “David […]

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Bert Hardy

  The eldest of seven children, Bert Hardy rose from humble working class origins in Blackfriars, London, leaving school at age 14 to work for a chemist where he learnt how to chemically process photos. After selling 200 prints of King George V and Queen Mary passing by in a carriage, he went on to […]

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Mick Waghorne

Mick Waghorne is a photographer based in Wiltshire, England. As he wrote: “Whilst I was interested in photography as a teenager this largely waned until the onset of digital photography.” In the last years has focused in shoot of nudes in studio environment. “I like the blank canvas that I have before me and the […]

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Maisie Broadhead

Maisie Broadhead is an artist and visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London. She established her studio in London in 2009 and has had five solo shows to date. Maisie’s work has been part of major shows at the National Gallery and the Design Museum London, National Gallery of Victoria, Australia and she won […]

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