A group of photographers and printmakers are going to show some magnificent photos and prints which reflects their unique artistic views.
Patrick Thurston, Who works as a freelance photographer for over 30 years on assignments fro the Telegraph colour Magazine,National Geographic, Radio Times & numerous other publications. In 1965 he won the British Press Pictures Awards of the Year for his photograph of Churchill’s funeral process.
Stefanie Reichelt, A scientific researcher and photographer who is going to show some aluminium photo prints of Cambridge streets, colleges,well-know corners and buildings with the dependable surprising results.
Josh Larkum, After working in the Kindersley workshop Cambridge doing an apprenticeship, he moved to America, as a Calligraphy designer & photographer, living in New York his work has focused on portraiture. With new work from cambridge.
David Chow,The power of his photography lies in its simplicity and he has been able to capture beauty in both living and dying flowers. A keen botanist, the majority of David’s flower portraits come from specimens grown and picked from his own garden.
Martin Spott, A German mathematician and photographer living in Cambridge. He employs unusual angles to reduce 3D architecture into 2D minimalist geometry, in the Bauhaus tradition.
James Hill, Printmaker and travel photographer shooting all over china and Tibet. Drawing on his printmakers eye to capture atmosphere and visual texture. What started as a means to an end has become the ends.
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