With most of the graduate shows cancelled this year and uncertainty about when events of that size and nature will be able to go ahead, we started thinking about what these shows mean for those involved, and what they’re missing by not having them. In many ways they echo the ethos of Shutter Hub exhibitions – group shows of work by many varied photographers, promoted to the photography world, attended by industry experts, other photographers’ networks and potential employers.
At Shutter Hub we’re always trying to find ways to create opportunities for as many people as possible, so we came up with an idea that could have a positive impact for everyone, and not just for graduates…
We invited all photographers who wanted to promote their work to enter YEARBOOK. Whether they were recent graduates, self-taught, graduated a really long time ago, under 30, over 30, emerging, emerged or not even sure what emerging means. Entrants paid what they could, there were no set entry fees. Some entered a single image, some a series and some a whole portfolio. We received several thousand images and we are showing at least one image from everyone who entered.
YEARBOOK showcases work from over 200 photographers from across the world.
100 images have been selected by our judges to be included in a printed publication going out to industry specialists and agencies and four photographers have been awarded YEARBOOK Awards from our partners BenQ, Exposure Photography Festival, Fujifilm Original Photo Paper and Newspaper Club. Read our announcement about the Awards here for all the details.
YEARBOOK is a group show, promoting the skill and talent of photographers working now. We invite you to explore the gallery and the huge range of styles and subjects from photographers across the world.
The images are sequenced alphabetically by surname. Due to the large number of images we received we have had to limit the amount of images we are able to display, but every photographer has at least one image included. We encourage you to note down the names of the images and photographers that most catch your eye, you’d like to work with or commission, and find out more about their work by clicking their name, below the gallery.
The photographers exhibiting in YEARBOOK 2020 are:
Wendy Aldiss, Jocelyn Allen, Andreea Andrei, Fiorella Angelini, Leia Ankers, Moose Azim, Katherine Barnes, Hannah Barness, Olivia Barrass, Jodie Beardmore, Zoie Beck, Kyle Bennett, Héloïse Bergman, James Berrington, Debby Besford, Beverley Bingham, Indira Birnie, Lucas Birtles, Susan Bittker, Bénédicte Blondeau, Phillipa Bloom, Tim Boddy, Emma Booth, James Booth, Emma Boyns, Jess Brittain, Nicole Broad, Amber Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Samantha Brown, Kelly Bryan, Lewis Brymner, Paul Burgess, Tiina Burton, Katarina Cacikova, Sarah Callow, Anne Campbell, Richard Cannon, Chrystel Caparros, Kate Carpenter, Nella Casabella, John Castillo, Linda Chapman, Kristel Collison, Noemi Comi, Claudia Corn, Yolanda Crisp, Kerry Curl, Rosie Dale, Sam Davies, Amanda Denny, Matthew Dever, Davinia Diaz, Oli Dickinson, Leila Donald, Sam Doty, Amanda Eatwell, Alisha Edge, Jarrett Edmund, Charlotte Elcock, Sophie Ellen, Rebecca Elsdon, Jake Eshelman, Juliet Ferguson, Norberto Fernandez Soriano, Samuel Fradley, Tabitha Gallant, Crown Gewelz, Emilie Goa, Nikki Goldup, Alberto Gonzalez, Daniel Harvey Gonzalez, Natalia Gonzalez, Ray Goodwin, Tawny Gower, Karen Gregory, Jaz Guise, Joe Habben, Louise Hagger, Shaun Hardwick, Pippa Healy, Joelle Higgins, Jake Hitchcock, Callum Hodgson, Nick Hodgson, Amanda Holdom, Joseph Horton, Shannan Humphrey, Tilly Hunter, Christian Jago, Andras Andor Jambor, Naomi James, Robin Johnston, Joe Kelland, Kathleen Kirchner, Ray Knox, Elli Kouthouri, Parvathi Kumar, Austeja Kuraite, Marysia Lachowicz, Michaela Lahat, Robert Lambert, Rosie Lawrence, Stefan Legisa, Ky Lewis, Izzy Lilley, Cindy Lin, Anneleen Lindsay, Molly Lindsay, Tiger Ling, Glorija Lizde, Louise Long, Anna Luk, Dominic Manderson, Lea Mariella, Ioana Marinca, Neve Marinou, Lucy Marriott, Kit Martin, Simon Martin, Álvaro Martínez García, Rose Mary, Colin McAlpine, Carol McPaul, Lois Melling, Marisol Mendez, Emanuele Moi, Emily Moorby, Harriet Moore, Mica Mota, Matei Muntiu, John Murphy, Simon Murphy, Craig Murray-Fletcher, Diane-Laure Mussy, Michaela Nagyidaiova, Pupak Navabpour, Nompumelelo Ncube, Patricia Niven, Katie Novell, Keifer Nyron Taylor, Sue Oakford, Shannon Ogle, Katie O’Leary, Caitlin Sorcha O’Neill, Doru Oprisan, Judith Parrott, Nicola Parry, Charlie Payne, Noelle Peach, Joanna Penney, Michel Petillo, Michelle Piergoelam, Kathryn Polley, Alex Prior, Inga Püschel, Gabrielle Ravet, George Rayner, Svetlana Riabi, Katie Riesner, Jane Ross, Lucy Saggers, Nyla Sammons, Pilar Sanchez Gomez, Diana Serban, Kristina Sergeeva, Mariam Sholaja, Daniel Simon, Nicola Simpson, Sophie Skinner, Martin Skraben, Gavin Smart, Georgina Smith, Sebastian Smith, Joel Snitram, Ilisa Stack, Oscar Stanley, Jo Stapleton, Nicola Stead, Fiona Steel, Adam Stent, Emma Stevenson, Krystina Stimakovits, Stefani Stoyanova, Michael Swann, Sheryl Tait, I-Chien Tang, Tyler Tanner, George Tavernor, Gemma Taylor, Edith Templeton, Sarah Thornton, Robert Timothy, Ruth Toda-Nation, Rob Townsend, Joshua Tweddell, Caroline Vanheule, Marianne van Loo, Rachel Wallace, Madeleine Waller, Amber Walsh, Alexander Ward, Stephanie Wass, Eva Watkins, Abi Wells, Saskia Wesseling, Sam Westgarth, H.J.M Wijsbroek, Francesca Wilkinson, Mandy Williams, Megan Wood, Jason Yeomans, Kat Young
09 July – 09 September 2020
The YEARBOOK 2020 publication is printed by: Newspaper Club.
If you are an editor, director, curator or someone who commissions, promotes or supports photographers and would like to receive a copy of the YEARBOOK 2020 printed publication, featuring 100 selected photographers, please register your interest by completing this form.
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