Luke Moran-Morris is an artist born and raised in London, UK, He achieved a First Class BA Hons in Graphic Design & Photography from Kingston University graduating in 2011. He is now based in Brighton, UK. He makes work about people and places, the diversity and similarities of different cultures, about experiences and memories. He utilises his skills in various art forms such as photography, design and filmaking combining them with an anthropological viewpoint to make engaging pieces and exhibitions which give the viewer a refreshing sense of the subject.
November 2013 ‘IPF 2013’ (Photography Festival), Magic Johnston, Melbourne, Australia.
October 2012 ‘Photobook Show’ as part of ‘Brighton Photo Fringe’ (collective show), Phoenix Gallery, Brighton.
2012 (Various) ‘The Photocopy Club’ (collective shows), Various Exhibitions, Brighton & London
May 2012 ‘Waste Of Space’ (group show in a disused shop), 99 Church Road, BN3 2BA, Brighton
November 2011 ‘$1 Slice’ (joint exhibition with Oscar Hudson), Open Market, Brighton
July 2011 ‘D&AD New Blood’ (design fair), Truman Brewery, London
June 2011 ‘Step Trip Step’ (degree show), The Bargehouse, London
April 2011 ‘For What It’s Worth’ (group show / charity auction), a pop up gallery in Whitechapel, London
July 2010 Kopparberg Klash (Competition), film finals, Old Blue Last, London
May 2010 ‘Sounds of the Cities’ (group show), The Horse Hospital, London
February 2015: Feature on my photobook ‘Twenty Four Hours In The High Country’ by Benedict Browne in the ‘Gallery’ section of ‘Jocks And Nerds’ website www.jocksandnerds.com
Summer 2013: Feature on my photobook ‘Riders Of Phanom’ by ‘Films Not Dead’ website www.filmsnotdead.com
Spring 2012 > Ongoing: Photographer for ‘Jocks&Nerds’ Magazine.
July 2011 > Ongoing: Photographer for ‘The Clerkenwell Post’ Magazine.
May 2011: ‘Live Brief’ feature for ‘Grafik’ Magazine.