Anthony Tyley BBC TV, London, 25 years. City & Guilds of London Art School Fine Art Painting Diploma course, 3 years full time. Now working as private art tutor and photographer near Cambridge, sometimes with references to traditional, often Victorian, painting, and my TV experience as studio cameraman and director.
John Blom Amateur photographer for about 5 years. My image is from a series I have been working on called Urban Extractions. My background is Fine Arts and my images I hope reflect that. the new images are approached as cubism. The subject is captured from multiple sides, then combined in
Peter Spurgeon Peter is a final year MA Documentary Photography student at the University of South Wales in Newport. His current ‘Decoy’ project explores the theme of theatricality in war. The images evoke the visual deception employed in a secret British Air Ministry project. Fires, electric lights and fake planes
Gary Wheller Gary is a freelance Photographer and Technology consultant based in London. He provides location and studio photoshoot experience, events photography and commission and/or editorial. Imagery processing and storage expertise and small to enterprise/ISP scale network solutions. Gary shoots with Nikon D850, D610, Fujifilm xt-3 and a plethora of
Christine Kirkpatrick My photography stems from a fine art background, particularly that of painting. Whatever the subject, composition is important to me. My macro subjects are selected for their painterly qualities and aim to produce something not seen before. My more representational images of the world aim to either capture
Jennifer Roberts Jennifer Roberts takes photographs first and foremost for her own personal pleasure. She particularly enjoys exploring colour, form and texture with abstract or graphic images, although she also produces more traditionally representational work. She is unafraid of using digital manipulation to re-create the image as it exists in
Craig Stevenson Craig is a Glaswegian lawyer and photographer. Since moving to London and joining LIP in 2007, he has diversified his portfolio in social and documentary photography, shooting a number of high profile events including the 2009 Queen Charlotte’s Ball organised by the London Season.
Laura Serghe Born in London. B.A. French Studies from Goldsmiths University, Foundation Degree in Spatial Design, Chelsea College of Art. Currently studying photography at City Lit. Member of a darkroom in North London. Interested in digital and analog photography as well as alternative processes such as cyanotype, Van Dyke and
Krystina Stimakovits Drawn from the peripheries of our everyday surroundings, my images try to explore illusions of appearance and space via juxtapositions and various degrees of abstraction; in between the transparent and the opaque, the gestural and bold, the strange and the familiar. Originally from Vienna, Austria, Krystina has adopted
Yoke Matze Yoke works as a photographer, lecturer and exhibition organiser. Born in the Netherlands, she settled in London in 1982 and obtained a BA in Photography and a MA in Design and Media Art at the University of Westminster. Main areas of work are architecture and portraiture. Her personal
Klara Cservenka Klara is a UK based photographer focussing mostly on youths as well as the older generation seen out on the streets. She completed her BA in Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins School of Art, and exhibits internationally. Klara on tumblr and Instagram @klaracservenka My new street photography