Toby’s career in Photography started with a one year post as a Photographic Tour Guide in East and Central Africa. After returning home to Lincolnshire he started a unique body of work using Digital Collage Techniques. This ongoing project gained him a place on the Ma Photography Course at London College of Communication. Since moving to London he divides his time between personal and commercial projects and completing a live/work Photography studio in Tower Hamlets.
Sarah Ainslie lives and works as a freelance photographer in London’s East End, working mainly in theatre and television. She has worked on commissions and her own projects, which have been published and exhibited all over the world. Photography has given her access to explore different worlds whether photographing Arsenal football supporters, striptease in the East End of London a collaborative book “ Baby Oil and Ice”, working women in Hackney, the old Smithfield meat market or the world of burlesque. She has also a worked with groups of women from a township in South Africa and Kent on a photography project.
Since graduating in 2005 from Falmouth College of Art (Photography BA Hons), Georgie Clarke has been found freelancing under many guises from photographer and photographer’s assistant to freelance producer, retoucher and most recently setting up a new location vehicle. Tonight she will present a range of personal work from old to new that shows a transition within her eye and the fledgling spirit of a new project.
Lucinda is an established portrait photographer living in Spitalfields. Her background is as a photographer of fine art objects for London auction houses and galleries but alongside this work for the last 15 years she has held a number of exhibitions of her portraits of ‘Luminaries.’ A selection of which will be the subject of her slide show tonight.
Andreas is a German-born, London-based photographer who has exhibited internationally. In 2005 German art book publisher Hatje Cantz published his first monograph entitled ‘Las Vegas’. He also works on editorial assignments and is a regular contributor to magazines like the Guardian Week-End magazine and the Telegraph magazine as well as being commissioned by corporate clients as diverse as the Science Museum, Orange and B&W Loudspeakers.
Anna is an international artist and photographer who has exhibited in London, New York, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Jerusalem with her first major solo exhibition in December 2005 at the National Gallery in San Salvador, El Salvador. Her work explores visual markers of identity, cultural alienation and displacement. Experimenting with photographic images, installation and sound, she address theme of dislocation exploring and exploding myths and challenging stereotyping.