Stephen Shore: New Colour Photography – Documentary Film.
Andreas Gursky – Imposing Images
Andreas Gursky’s large imposing images are either packed edge to edge with detail or minimised and deprived of anything distracting. The former Dusseldorf School student has a unique way of documenting a place.
Sallie Gardner at a Gallop (Muybridge, E. 1878)
Photo London 2017 – Somerset House – Thursday 18 May to Sunday 21 May
American photographer Garry Winogrand – 14 January 1928 – 19 March 1984
Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers
Curated by Martin Parr
Saul Leiter Exhibition At The Photographers Gallery – 22 Jan – 3 Apr 2016
Wildlife and Nature Photography
I caught up with Victoria Hillman a scientist by training with a BSc in zoology and a self-taught photographer. We discussed Victoria’s current project “Forgotten Little Creatures” and I ask how she approached wildlife photography.
Celebrating 60 Years of Leica M
Hear how using Leica cameras have inspired some of the best modern day photographers. . Each photographers has picked one of their favourite photograph and shares the story of how it was captured. These short videos are very inspiring and give you an insight in why everyone aspires to a Leica M Camera.
Interview with Nick Dimbleby
This month I had chance to catch up with UK based photographer Nick Dimbleby who has extensive portfolio of automotive images. Nick has worked for Jaguar, Aston Martin and Land Rover to name a few. I thought I would find out how Nick became a commercial photographer.
Rene Burri A Photographic Master
Swiss photographer René Burri knew when to capture a precise moment. Burri captured some of the most striking and dramatic black and white images ever taken. As a photojournalist Burri traveled extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East. In 1963 his travels took him to Cuba, where he had the opportunity to meet and photograph the revolutionary Che Guevara.
Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album – The Royal Academy Of Arts
Dennis Hopper, the actor who stared in classic films such as Apocalypse Now, Blue Velvet, and the iconic Easy Rider, was also an accomplished photographer. Hopper said that his photographs never made him a cent, however they kept him alive.
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century
I was fortunate enough to visit The Museum of Modern Art in 2010 and see the vast body of Henri Cartier-Bresson work on the sixth floor. The exhibition covered Cartier-Bressons whole career and included with many iconic images that I had seen before.
100 years of Leica photography, 100 years of captivating emotive images and 100 years of great photographers.
I have been inspired by so many photographers who have used Leica cameras, including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Robert Capa and Tony Ray-Jones to just a few. For me a lot of these photographers have set the bench mark I aspire to.
At the Format Festival this year I had the pleasure of meeting photographer Brian Griffin. We discussed his colourful career, which includes photographing many well-known characters ranging from Margaret Thatcher to Chewbacca from Star Wars.