I have been a keen amateur photographer for over 50 years. I am an ARPS, have an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths and am active in the Central, Shoreditch and Film and Darkroom satellite groups. My photographic diet is omnivorous with particular current interests in travel, the
Born in Germany and brought up in Scandinavia I have also lived in Los Angeles, Washington DC and Paris. I worked as a sign writer for many years using computers before being retired. However, photography has always been a passion of mine. I’m interested in shapes, angles, reflections, abstracts but have
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 salt printing.
John has exhibited his photographs at Western Connecticut State University; University of Connecticut, Torrington; in several one-person shows at the Jasper Rand Museum, Westfield Athenaeum, and at the Samuel S.T.Chen Fine Arts Center, Central Connecticut State University. Briggs is the author and co-author of several books on chaos theory, fractals
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 photobook, of
Virginia holds an MA degree in photography from De Montfort University, is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, and a founder member of London Independent Photography. She co-edits the LIP Journal, and is a regular contributor to Inscape magazine. She participates in both group and solo exhibitions.
Anita has an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures and is currently studying towards a PhD in Visual Sociology at Goldsmiths. She’s a member of the Urban Photographer’s Association and of Crossing Lines at Goldsmiths. Her interests are urban communities that have a relevance to her personal life, and she
Chris is a self-taught photographer. His interest in photography originated from a desire to record his handmade furniture and his wife’s textile artistry. At first, the images relied on advice and inspiration from books, talking to other photographers and feedback from the local photo lab, as well as lots of
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. Anthony’s website
Based in Oxfordshire and London, Ingrid has a particular interest in photographing the urban landscape, incorporating chance elements and exploring the nature of serendipity, coincidence and connections. Combined into sequences in book form, her images are a celebration of the spontaneous and the accidental, emphasising the underlying relationships which can