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Photography On A Postcard

The Hepatitis C Trust’s fundraising arm, Art on a Postcard will transform into Photography on a Postcard for the month of October.

The public will be able to purchase a ticket guaranteeing them a photograph, although they won’t know which card they have won until the show closes. The winners will be drawn using a computerised random number generator on Monday 30 October. Each photograph will be an edition of one and will come with a signed certificate of authenticity. The photographs will be on display at theprintspace, Shoreditch from 12th – 24th October. All the money raised will go to The Hepatitis C Trust’s campaign to eliminate hepatitis C from the UK by the year 2030

The lottery ticket guarantees a one off 10x15cms (postcard size) photograph. 

One of my photos is amongst the huge collection of work, alongside Wolfgang Tillmans, Martin Parr, Dougie Wallace, Edmund Clark, Tom Hunter, Simon Norfolk, Chris Steele Perkins, Jenny Lewis, Homer Sykes, Eleanor Macnair, David Hoffman et al, and my friend Valerio Berdini. A good place to be.

Exhibition: The Shutter Hub Open 2016


This Friday marks the opening night of The Shutter Hub Open 2016 Exhibition and Events held within various places in Cambridge.

An opportunity to take part in a conversation about photography – includes an exhibition of photography, portfolio review, a meet-up, talks and workshops in wonderful and intimate venues across Cambridge.

One of my images was accepted to be part of the exhibition, and will be on display in Hot Numbers (Gwydir Street) from 24 June 2016 to 24 July 2016.

Hot Numbers
Private View: 22 June 2016, 7PM to 9.30PM
Mon, Tue, Wed, Sat – 7.15AM to 6PM 
Thurs, Fri – 7.15AM to 10.30PM 
Sun – 8AM to 8PM 

Cambridge e-Luminate Festival 2016

Light beautifully bridges across Art and Science, and the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a celebration of the infinite possibilities created by this intersection. The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research.

The really great thing is that you don’t have to be into visual art to want to come and see this amazing Festival, Light is accessible to all!

Our flagship event offers a unique opportunity for residents and visitors to discover, or re-discover, the richness and diversity of Cambridge’s iconic buildings and public spaces through a range of Light art installations, family activities, talks and concerts.

Here's a quick 360/video that showcases the scene outside of St Mary's Church, just before the crowd made their way in to watch The Dowsing Sound Collective. Click...

Quick animations of the installations on Market Hill.