Active Satellite Groups & Contact Details
NEW: Topical Groups
To better accommodate the interests of members, LIP now encourages the formation of satellite groups based on specific photographic genres or approaches. To set up a focused topical group, please contact our Chair to discuss your ideas and find out how to start a new group.
Crossing Lines Group
Contact: John Levett firstname.lastname@example.org
About: This group is a collaboration with Goldsmiths Centre for Urban and Community Research, with a serious interest in the urban environment, its citizens, communities, and more. See the group’s blog and details of past meetups on the Goldsmiths website. Meetings are at Goldsmiths every first Wednesday of the month.
Central London Group
Contact: Hugh Look email@example.com
About: This group is newly formed in September 2010. Contact Hugh for details of the next meeting.
Crouch End Group
Contact: Eva Turrell firstname.lastname@example.org
About: Our group meets on the second Tuesday of each month to talk about and to share our photographic work, knowledge and views. We have occasional guest speakers.
Contact: Yoke Matze 020 8314 4715 Yoke@yokematzephotography.com
About: The group has relaxed and informal meetings approximately once a month to look at each others work and discuss current projects.
Contact: Chris Moxey email@example.com
About: We meet on the first Tuesday of each month to show our work, give and receive feedback and discuss experiences, in an informal setting.
Contact: John Levett 01223 521 058 firstname.lastname@example.org
About: Our group meets regularly on the third Wednesday of each month. Our meetings are a mixture. We have open sharing sessions amongst a fine group of supportive, friendly & open photographers at all stages & ages of experience. We also have sessions which feature individual photographers who give us insight into how their photographic practice has developed. Not a member? No work? No problem!
Rosemary Williams & Simon Robinson 07711 691 398 email@example.com
About: The Kingston Group meet on the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm at Cafe Bernardo, 42 Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 5EE, to talk about photographic work and projects, plus sharing knowledge and views.
Contact: Andrew Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org
About: This is a newly-formed group in September 2010, organised by Andrew Wilson and Howard Martin.
Queens Park Group
Contact: Pete Webster 020 8830 3372 email@example.com
About: Meetings are held at The Gallery in Willesden Green Library Centre, NW10. Group members include Mark Adams, Edward Bowman, Amanda Dolan, Jonathan Goldberg, Constantine Gras, Steve Gross, Vanja Karas, Jen Lindsay, Chris McCullough, Lucy O’Meara, Janet Nabney, John Nabney, Mary Pritchard, Annika Sagen, John Spiller, Martin Stewart, Tony Wallis and Pete Webster.
Ruislip Metroland Group
Contact: Robert Davies 01895 675676 firstname.lastname@example.org
About: As its name suggests, the “Ruislip Metroland” group meets in Ruislip, the heart of West London’s suburbia, once a month. It’s a friendly and supportive environment for members, whatever their experience, to discuss their work. Meetings also usually include a presentation on one area of interest – from open source software to large format photography. All meetings start at 7:00PM and end at 9:30PM. Location: 29 Sharps Lane, Ruislip, HA4 7JG. Nearest tube stations Ruislip (Metropolitan, Piccadilly Lines) and West Ruislip (Central Line).
Contact: Jonathan Goldberg email@example.com
About: Meetings are held in a Hoxton area pub, where we discuss and share photographic projects over a drink in a friendly and constructive environment. Founded in 2007 by John Stead and later organised from 2008-2010 by Susanna Suovalkama and Tiffany Jones. Susanna is off traveling in Spain and so Jonathan Goldberg will now be managing email communications and organisation with support from other members of the group. New members always very welcome. Please email Jon for details of the next meeting.
West Wickham Group
Contact: Sam Tanner 020 8777 8117 firstname.lastname@example.org