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PHOTOBOOK FAVOURITES #10

It’s time for us to share our latest Photobook Favourites – words from the publishers, words from us, we hope you enjoy them…   Erik Östensson by Erik Östensson, Kehrer […]

CLOSE UP: Wendy Aldiss – My Father’s Things

Shutter Hub member Wendy Aldiss is interested in people and the human condition/experience.  Her work is influenced by the people around her and key stages in life. Her images include the […]

EXHIBITIONS: 8 Great Exhibitions to See – May 2019

Acts of Disappearance Parallel, the pan European photography organisation, is delighted to present the exhibition Acts of Disappearance at Photo London 2019. The exhibition, winner of the Parallel Award 2018 […]

Sally Tyrie

I create mixed media drawings and paintings which explore ideas to do with time, transition, absence and presence. Whilst starting points to my work vary, themes and directions are influenced by […]

PHOTOBOOK FAVOURITES #09

It has been a long winter, and we were lucky to have had the company of some luminous new photography books to help us through the darker days. Let us […]

Zoe Barker

Zoe Barker often shoots in locations that have been abandoned or are on the verge of major change, and there is a poignancy to these projects that reminds us of […]

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  […]

ENTER HERE: Portrait of Humanity Photography Award

1854 Media, publisher of British Journal of Photography, together with Magnum Photos, are calling photographers from around the world to enter Portrait of Humanity.   Shutter Hub have partnered with […]

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 […]

Tony Wooderson

I am Yorkshire-born, now living in Suffolk. I was largely a  self-taught point-and-shooter til I got a DSLR 2011 and then took a little tuition (being very confused by it […]

100 HEROINES: Over 50 Shutter Hub Members Nominated

To celebrate the centenary year of women’s suffrage in the UK, The Royal Photographic Society created a campaign to honour one hundred photographic Heroines.  The Hundred Heroines will be part of a […]