Stephen Gill

'Best Before End'
A retrospective exhibition at Foam Museum Amsterdam featuring 17 series of work produced over the past 14 years. Containing new and old work produced in and around Stephen's home patch of Hackney, East London. A stunning show, and I'm personally extremely proud to have involved with the printing of 10 of these series over the years. A remarkable exhibition.
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John Darwell

'After Schwitters'
The Hatton Gallery, Newcastle.
Following in the footsteps of Artist Kurt Schwitters and 4 years in the making, John`s trail visited the site of the original Merz Barn in Langdale Cumbria, and led to Hannover, Norway and the Isle of Man. Responding to traces and echoes of Schwitters life and work. An epic body of work. All 152 prints exhibited alongside 'The Merz Barn Wall. ... view web site

Julian Germain

'No Olha Da Rua' - Brighton Photo Biennial. October 2012.
I was delighted to be asked to produce new prints for Julian's Exhibition at Fabrica. No Olha Da Rua is 17 years in the making, and ongoing. A photographic document made in collaboration and by the street dwellers of Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Shot on disposable cameras mainly, the archive of work that has been produced by the project is extremely powerful and unique. ... view web site

Henry Iddon

`A Place to go`
Following extensive research and travelling to all the mountain regions of the Britain, Henry has created stunning landscapes on large format. Many in remote areas, they have a powerful ambiguity. They are majestic and tragic at the same time. Henry continues to shoot and trek and camp out, to create these remarkable images. ... view web site

Mike England

`The Measurement Problem`
Printed from 5x4 negatives, these 30 x 40 inch prints will form the basis of an exhibition later in the year. . . `` Using the Western Isles as an analogy, I am looking at variance and discrepancy and at broken and forlorn things in this beautiful, but contradictory place.``
Mike England is Programme Leader for the BA(Hons) Photography Degree at University of Cumbria. ... view web site

David Ellison

David has visited the darkroom on a few occasions as his on-going series documenting Cumberland and Westmoreland wrestling continue. Originally from Cumbria, David`s photographs are perceptive observations of rural northern life, and it`s traditions. Portfolio printing of an edited series at 12 x 16 has been a pleasure to watch develop over the last year. Looking forward to seeing more. They will be fully realised into exhibition one day I`m sure. ... view web site

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