Search Results for: OPEN 2018


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 […]

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 […]

CLOSE UP: Nicola Parry – Mr Wright

Nicola Parry is a photographic artist and semi-professional portrait photographer. Her work explores people and their environments through projects which are governed by self-imposed rules which encourage her to look beyond […]

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 […]

Ioana Marinca

Born in Transilvania, I use photography as a visual diary. Now based in London, my work focuses on street and documentary genres, exploring the notion of home – particularly in […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]