Have you been working on a project? Do you have a body of work and are looking for feedback? Do you want to know whether your work is publishable?
Find out by booking one of our exclusive sessions at our portfolio review day. We are delighted that we have two leading figures from the photographic world to provide expert feedback and critique: Cheryl Newman and Tim Richmond.
£75 for two one-to-one sessions of twenty minutes duration – one with each of Cheryl and Tim. (£80 for non-members)
After booking, you’ll be given a time slot. If you have a preference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Cheryl Newman is an independent photography consultant and curator living in London. For more than fifteen years she was the Photography Director of the Telegraph Magazine where she raised the profile of the magazine commissioning intelligent and inventive photography worldwide. The magazine was the recipient of a number of photography awards under her direction including the Amnesty International Award for Media in 2014. She has been a committee member of the Royal Photographic Society. She has served as a jury member for numerous photographic awards worldwide including; the Ian Parry Award, the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, the Getty Grant, the Lucie Awards, New York, the Santa Fe Editors Choice, HIPA Dubai, PhotoEvidence Book Award, the Flash Forward Award, the Bar Tur Photobook Award and the Moran Contemporary photography Prize, Sydney.
She is on the Faculty of the Bilder Nordic School in Oslo and a regular speaker on the photo circuit in the UK, US and Europe. She teaches workshops globally on fashion, editorial and documentary photography. At present she is curating, ‘Time To See’, a long-term exhibition and book project on Blindness within the Commonwealth for the Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Trust, ‘We Feed The World’, an exhibition and book project documenting small framers globally and WATER for PondyPHOTO Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu, India. She is running a twelve-week mentorship programme in Olso with Capa Gold Medal winner 2015, Marcus Bleasdale. She is a curator of the Magic Gallery, Charing Cross and, writes, lectures and consults on photography.LondonTwo
Photographer Tim Richmond for over 25 years has worked for publications including L’Uomo Vogue, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Telegraph Magazine, GQ, Port.
In recent years he has concentrated on his long-term projects, the first of which Last Best Hiding Place was published June 2015, to his on-going series in England Love Bites, as well as making short films.
After studying with cinematographers, Richmond arrived at a version of colour through the application of a cinematic device called “bleach by pass”, the hand processed negative retains some silver, yielding a unique subtle de-saturation in the prints.
Printing for him is a heartfelt, poetic process, guided by memory of the moment.
Grimaldi Gavin , London, June 2015
The Night of the Year, Rencontres d’Arles 2015
Nuits des Images, Musee Elysee, Lausanne, 2014
Hollywood Road Gallery, London, 2013
One Eyed Jack’s, Brighton 2013
Mother Gallery, London 2012