Collaborators

Laura Noble, artist, writer, lecturer and co-director of the commercial art gallery LA Noble Gallery in London, UK. She is also a curator and the author of The Art of Collecting Photography, with primary essays in several monographs. Laura curates and lectures on all aspects of collecting photography and gallery practice worldwide. As an avid collector she prides herself on discovering new talent and writes extensively on photography in numerous journals worldwide including Eyemazing, UP, Foam, Hotshoe, Snoeks, Next Level and LIP. She was Editor at Large for Photoicon Magazine and is currently Editor at Large for State/f22 journal. http://www.lauraannnoble.com

Alicia Clarke – photographer. Alicia has been working in the photography industry, both as an assistant and on her own work, for the past twelve years.  She completed her MA Photography at London College of Communication in 2010 and has recently been awarded an Arts Council grant to facilitate a dance photography workshop, leading to an exhibition as part of Big Dance 2012.  www.aliciaclarke.com

Rowan Spray – assistant photographer and artist. Rowan currently works as an assistant photographer and on her own commissioned work. Having gained a distinction in the Art Foundation Course at Camberwell College of Art, Rowan has been working her way up in the photographic industry from working at a photo commercial photo lab, through studio assistant to independent photographer and assistant. http://www.rowansprayphotography.wordpress.com

Jo Clayton – makeup and hair designer. Jo is an experienced and creative makeup and hair designer, who works in editorial, fashion, advertising and film. http://www.joclayton.com

Carolanne Armstrong – makeup artist Carolanne is an independent, freelance make up artist based in Surrey working in weddings, fashion shoots and photography. www.carolannearmstrong.com

University College Falmouth, School of Art and Design, Cornwall http://www.falmouth.ac.uk

New College Stamford, Lincolnshire www.stamford.ac.uk

Fox Talbot Museum, National Trust, Laycock Abbey, Wiltshire http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lacock

Adam Drew

Eloise Black

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