Exhibitions

London Independent Photography 24th annual exhibition

London Independent Photography’s 24th annual exhibition is the highlight of the group’s calendar. It is a must-see event for anyone interested and involved with photography in London. This year 741 prints were submitted of which 116 were selected to be exhibited. The independent selectors this year were Wayne Ford, Homer Sykes and Helen Trompeteler. My images showcased at the annual exhibition are from the conceptual art series Somebody Somewhere.

The Strand Gallery
32 John Adam Street
London, WC2N 6BP
Opening hours: See website for opening times. FREE entry.
Underground: Charing Cross and Embankment | Buses: Check Tfl
Tuesday 16th October – Sunday 28th October 2012

The 24th annual exhibition photobook is available to buy now from Blurb

London Photo Festival

The third London Photo Festival is being held to showcase up and coming talent and to build photographers’ nexus to share skills and information in the market. My images showcased at the London Photo Festival are from the series Nothing’s changed In This Place In Time, taken in Australia in 2012.
Thursday 25th – Saturday 28th October 2012

The Crypt @ St. George the Martyr
Borough High Street
London, SE1 1JA
Opening hours: Friday 10am-6pm | Saturday 10am-8pm. FREE entry
Underground: Borough and London Bridge

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Portfolio15

A celebration of the art of photography by a group of local enthusiasts. Portfolio15 is proudly presented by the Putney satellite group of London Independent Photography.
Sunday 29th January – Saturday 18th February 2012

Putney Library
5/7 Disraeli Road
Putney
London, SW15 2DR
Opening hours: See website for opening times. FREE entry
Underground: Putney Bridge and East Putney | Overground: Putney | Buses: 14, 39, 85, 93, 37, 337, 220, 270

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The exhibition is also featured online at PutneySW15, London Independent Photography and n0tice.

London Photo Festival

London’s first Photo Festival is being held to showcase up and coming talent and to build photographers’ nexus to share skills and information in the market.
Friday 28th – Saturday 29th October 2011

The Crypt @ St. George the Martyr
Borough High Street
London, SE1 1JA
Opening hours: Friday 10am-6pm | Saturday 10am-8pm. FREE entry
Underground: Borough and London Bridge

Follow the festival on twitter and Facebook

The exhibition is also featured online at Timeout London, Le Cool London, Hungry Eye and The Telegraph.

It’s Not Curry

an exhibition by Kathryn Louise Geels, in conjunction with Fitzrovia Noir
Monday 10th October – Friday 9th December 2011
Open evening Thursday 20th October 6-8pm

Reynolds…let’s graze
53 Charlotte Street
Fitzrovia, London, W1T 4PA
Opening hours: 7:30am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday
Underground: Goodge Street | Buses: 10, 14, 24, 29, 73, 134, 390

Click here for full exhibition details.

Click here to see the exhibition leaflet.

The exhibition is also featured online at Fitzrovia Noir, London Independent Photography, Photography Course London, SW6: South West Six, paper.li and schmap.

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