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BECAUSE WE CAN: The Exhibition

The Shutter Hub exhibition Because We Can opened on 8th July at Festival Pil’ours, Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France. We are sharing the whole exhibition with you here, because we […]

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Because We Can!

At Festival Pil’ours – International Festival of Photography for Female Professional Photographers   We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been invited to exhibit at Festival Pil’ours, Festival international de la photographie pour […]

CLOSE UP: Amanda Eatwell - Self

In the first of a series of female positive Close Ups in the run up to the GIRL TOWN exhibition in Tel Aviv, we've invited Amanda Eatwell to share her […]

Alternative Process: Behind the Scenes with Exhibitor John Brewer

Our Alternative Process exhibition currently running at The Engine Room in Mossley, Manchester features some really creative and innovative photography by artists working with Polaroid Lift, Wet Plate Collodion, Gum Bichromate, Photogram, […]

GOOD NEWS (Winter 2019)

It’s that time again, Good News time, and to be honest, we’ve found it hard to keep up. So much happening, so much Good News! So, here it is a […]

CLOSE UP: Clare Park – Breaking Form

As we launch our latest exhibition, Shutter Hub OPEN 2018, at 5&33 Gallery in Amsterdam,  we talk to Clare Park, one of the exhibiting photographers. Clare is a London based […]

Kerry Curl

Kerry Curl is a UK based award winning photographic artist working with photography, moving image and installation. With a focus on portraiture and fashion, her practice frequently draws on the […]

PORTRAIT OF BRITAIN: Shutter Hub Members Shortlisted

We’re delighted to hear that Shutter Hub members Anneleen Lindsay, Sacha Brisdion and Ilisa Stack have been shortlisted for the Portrait of Britain Award 2018! Both images feature in the first ever […]

CLOSE UP: Sanja Knezevic – Kamar


Shutter Hub member Sanja Knezevic  is a documentary photographer from Serbia, focusing on long-term social projects emphasising common humanity. Born in Belgrade in 1984, she graduated in photography at the Faculty […]

GOOD NEWS: (Summer 2018)

So many good things have happened since our last Good News round up! We had a huge response to the call for entries for our exhibition Because We Can, and […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See July 2018

Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive Silver Lake Drive is a major new exhibition marking the first mid-career survey of American photographer and filmmaker, Alex Prager (b.1979). Tracing Prager’s remarkably rich […]

8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See June 2018

Form & Function Chloe Rosser L A Noble Gallery in partnership with Photofusion, are delighted to announce the forthcoming exhibition  Form & Function with works by Chloe Rosser. Subverting the […]

PHOTOBOOK FAVOURITES #08

Here’s a roundup of our latest photo book favourites, with some descriptions from the publishers and some thoughts from us too…   New York Scenes by Fred W. Macdarrah, Abrams Books  […]

CLOSE UP: Simon Isaac – David Come Home

Shutter Hub member Simon Isaac‘s series David Come Home was a big hit at the Shutter Hub OPEN 2018, with one of the images representing the exhibition in all advertising […]

PROJECT LAUNCH: Phil Lavery – Time is Muscle

Shutter Hub member Phil Lavery‘s exhibition Exploring the Liminal is showing at the Patriothall Gallery in Edinburgh from 8th to 23rd September 2018. As part of the exhibition, Phil is showing […]

WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Marilyn Stafford FotoAward 2018

The winners of the Marilyn Stafford FotoAward 2018 have been announced. The overall winner is Özge Sebzeci (Turkey) for Divorced at 15 and the two runners up are Simona Ghizzoni (Italy) for UNCUT and […]

PHOTOBOOK FAVOURITES #07

Summer is well and truly here, and it’s time we shared some of the wonderful photo books we’ve been reading over the last few months. Whether you’re looking for a […]