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Bateau Concorde-Atlantique, Paris: 9-13 November 2022

Visit the book fair

My books with manual.editions will be part of Polycopies on board the Bateau Concorde-Atlantique, floating on the Seine. Created in 2014, Polycopies is a non-profit for the distribution and promotion of independent photographic publishing (books, multiples, paper objects and experimental publishing practices). Every year, Polycopies organizes its festival during the week of Paris-Photo, and transforms the boat Concorde-Atlantique, moored at the quays of the Seine, into a large ephemeral bookstore fully dedicated to photography books.

I’ll be presenting SCALE & SUBSTANCE as part of the OPEN SCENE programming on Thursday 10th Nov 2022 at 2pm aboard the Bateau Concorde-Atlantique. I’ll be talking about the making of the book and my recently launched print edition, which reuses prints and materials from the exhibition of the same name Photofusion Gallery (18.03 - 22.04.2022).

Looking forward to sharing my books, meeting friends and creating new connections!

Westminster Photography Forum

Westminster University, Harrow Auditorium: 1 November 2022, 5pm

Looking forward to talking to Westminster University students and alumni about my photography, manual.editions and the Sustainable Photobook Publishing (SPP) Network. 

Loupe Issue 13: Sustainability


Buy the magazine

In 1987 the UN defined Sustainability as ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs’.

Sustainability permeates every aspect of our lives and is now a necessity, not a choice. Human innovation, determination and persistence is more important than ever and will ultimately decide the fate of our planet. In this issue, through photography and writing we explore insect-based protein, space colonisation, childfree people, the importance of payphones, the world’s largest blanket bog, support for artists, sustainable photobooks and Universal Basic Income. 

The magazine includes a commissioned article about my recent publication Scale & Substance as well as my work with manual.editions and the Sustainable Photobook Publishing (SPP) network.

Scale & Substance - Print Edition

Published by manual.editions: 09.2022

Buy the Edition

This print edition re-uses materials, prints and test prints from the exhibition SCALE & SUBSTANCE: Photofusion Gallery (18.03 - 22.04.2022). 

Each edition includes a signed copy of the book along with an archival pigment print (signed en verso). The prints are all unique and are a mix of photographs and archival drawings, exhibited flat as part of the exhibition.

Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle bamboo paper 24 x 16 cm (image size 23x15cm) housed in a custom printed folder (30x20cm), risograph printed on 100% recycled card. Fabric pouch handmade from archival map support cotton offcuts, embellished with paper prints.

BOP-22 Book Fair

Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol: 8-9 October 2022

Visit the book fair

My books will be part of BOP-22 with The Photobook Club Collective

We are having a book signing with all of the photographers on Saturday 8 October from 3pm.

Scale & Substance: Tamsin Green in Conversation with Sid Motion and Dafna Talmor

Photofusion Gallery, London: 31 March 2022

The full conversation can be read here.
The audio recording can be listened to here.

An artist talk on occasion of the exhibition and publication Scale & Substance. The conversation explores representations of landscape, process, construction, working with scale, and the relationship between text and image within each of the artist's practices.

Ways of Seeing: Green
Dulwich Festival: Bell House, 14, 15, 21, 22 May 2022

The Lutyens Room at Bell House brings together a group of well respected artists with diverse backgrounds specialising in photography, printmaking and drawing. The common themes of environment, sustainability and ecology respond to ‘Ways of Seeing Green’ with passion, humour and a keen eye for detail. A range of concepts and techniques have been employed to create the work with pieces ranging from traditional to experimental processes in both print and book form. 

Curated by Ky Lewis

Participating Artists: Ky Lewis, Lucy Ribeiro, Mandy Williams, Wendy Aldiss, Tamsin Green, Gin Rimmington Jones, Liz Harrington, Laura Ward, Vanessa Short

The Photobook Ecosystem: Searching for Sustainable Approaches
Online26 April 2022 (6pm BST)

Co-organised by spp network and 10x10 Photobooks

A panel discussion with Loose Joints — Lewis Chaplin & Sarah Piegay Espenon, Catriona Gourlay (NAL, V&A), Paul John (Jan van Eyck Academie, Endless Editions) and Tamsin Green (manual.editions, SPP Network). 

Moderated by Amelie Schuele (FOAM) and Daria Tuminas (FOTODOK).

Watch the recording / Read the Summary

Photofusion18 March - 22 April 2022

Excited to present my first solo show at Photofusion gallery in March. The exhibition interweaves two bodies of work made within a five year period: Born of the Purest Parents, an exploration of the culture, landscape and language of salt, and this is how the earth must see itself where the Ordnance Survey mapping system and symbols are used as a guide to explore the English Coastline.

Private View & Publication Launch 
17.03.2022: 6.30pm - Photofusion

Published by manual.editions on occasion of the exhibition, the text based publication Scale & Substance features writing by Eugenie Shinkle, Tamsin Green, Ursula K. Le Guin, and an interview with the artist by Photofusion Director Kim Shaw. 

Artist talk: Tamsin Green in conversation with Sid Motion and Dafna Talmor
31.03.2022: 6.30pm - Photofusion

Artist book workshop 
22, 24, 26.03, 8.04.2022 - Online & Photofusion

Photofusion Gallery: 18 March - 22 April 2022
Brixton SW9 8QQ

The Photobook Club pop-up bookshop
The Royal Photographic Society, Bristol

Books, zines and postcards from 26 of the members of The Photobook Club collective are now part of a specially designed bookshop at RPS House, Bristol.

Featuring books by: Alys Tomlinson, Carolyn Mendelsohn, Chloe Rosser, Craig Easton, Ed Sykes, Gavan Goulder, George Georgiou, Harkaran Gill, Holly Revell, Jack Lowe, Jane Hilton, John Angerson, Kalpesh Lathigra, Kirsty Mackay, Leticia Valverdes, Lottie Davies, Marc Wilson, Martin Salter, Matt Writtle, Michelle Sank, Pippa Healy, Robert Clayton, Tessa Bunney, Tamsin Green, Tom Broadbent and Zoe Childerley

RPS Housefrom 8 February 2022

Artist book making workshop
Photofusion Gallery, London

I’ll be teaching my first artist book making workshop in March at Photofusion. This will cover environmental approaches to book design and making, sharing the research that I have been doing with the Sustainable Photobook Publishing (SPP) Network. 

  • How to design and make a handmade book
  • Visual communication: Grids/ typography/ layouts
  • Book making structures
  • What to consider and when to make environmentally conscious choices
  • How to set up and output files from in-design to print
  • Self-publishing and setting up an imprint
  • Review of participants book dummies

Book Review by Eugenie Shinkle
C4 Journal

Blown away by this review by Eugenie Shinkle for C4 Journal of my book ‘this is how the earth must see itself: A walk with Natural Features’. 

‘This is How the Earth Must See Itself’ is a book about landscape, but it’s not about a particular place. It’s about the symbols and systems that we impose upon space in order to create an idea of landscape. It’s about the physical processes that shape the land, and the discourses – visual, social, scientific, historical – that shape our experience of it. It’s about the work that we do in order to know the land, and to find ourselves in relation to the often formless reality on the ground.

SELECT/21 Exhibition

This exhibition showcases seven artists that were selected from Photofusion Gallery's annual SALON show to exhibit a body of work. The featured artist's are: Maria Ahmed, Tamsin Green, Hayleigh Longman, Steve Pill, Mathushaa Sagthidas, Jannine Smith and Mandy Williams. Curated by Katy Barron,

Each of these artists has extended their practice, pushing technical, personal or conceptual boundaries and moving forward, despite the difficulties that they might have encountered over the last 18 months.

Green’s deconstructed wall-mounted books blur categorisation between geology, archaeology, photography and text

Photofusion Gallery: 10 Dec 2021 - 21 Jan 2022
Brixton SW9 8QQ

Private View: 9 Dec 2021, 6.30-9pm

Curators talk with the exhibiting artists: 19 Jan 2022

Interviewed by Kim Shaw

Very happy to share a conversation I had with Kim Shaw about my photography practice for Photomonitor. We talked about the process of making my latest project, ‘this is how the earth must see itself’, what it’s like as a woman making work in the landscape and my new artist book library initiative with manual.editions. A huge thank you to Kim and Christiane for all of the ongoing support. 

OD Photo Prize 2021
Online Exhibition

'this is how the earth must see itself' is part of the Open Doors Gallery OD Photo Prize 2021 Online Exhibition. This online exhibition brings together work from the Finalists and Shortlisted artists. Thank you to the jury for selecting my work: Miriama Attah, Keith Cullen, Brandei Estes, Steve Macleod, Isabella Van Marle.

All works in the exhibition are available as limited edition prints.

Artist Books and Publishing Talk

On 25th November Photofusion will be hosting an in conversation between Roelof Bakker, Tamsin Green and Wendy Aldiss. All three artists have published their own photobooks and will be discussing small print publishing and starting an imprint. Register for the talk on eventbrite here.

Thu, 25 November 2021 ONLINE
18:45 – 20:00 GMT

V&A Museum
Artist books and the environment

'this is how the earth must see itself' and manual.editions are featured in the article Artist books and the environment by V&A curator Catriona Gourlay. This follows the Victoria and Albert Museums recent acquisition of the book.

This article looks at three artists who have used the book to express their concerns about environmental issues or adopted environmentally conscious approaches in their practice.

BOP 21 at Bristol Photo Festival

BOP 21 – Books on Photography – is an annual festival bringing together a wide-ranging group of photobook publishers, booksellers and photographers from across Europe. The festival provides an opportunity for photographers, book lovers and collectors to seek out new photobooks directly from publishers and artists, alongside a programme of talks, book signings, street food, coffee and beer. There will be over 40 stall holders showcasing new work.

I will be there on the The Photobook Club stall, showing 'this is how the earth must see itself', come and say hi. We will be having a book signing on Saturday 23 October from 2-4pm.

Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol: 22-24 October 2021

Impressions Gallery Book Fair

Enjoy a feast of international publishers, book stalls, talks, book launches, and more – both online and in-person. This year, the theme is HOME, with events talking about migration, integration, identity, home and displacement.

I will be at the Book Fair all day with manual.editions and my new book this is how the earth must see itself.

Impressions Gallery, Bradford: 9 October 2021: 11am - 4.30pm

RPS Journal Online
'A journey into the world of photobooks' feature

Very happy to share this article about my new book ‘this is how the earth must see itself: A walk with Natural Features’, following a recent conversation with Jennifer Constable. The Royal Photographic Society have just launched an exciting new distinctions qualification for the genre of photobooks.

Fiebre Photobook Fest 2021
Talking Books - Artist Talk

I will be speaking about my new book ‘this is how the earth must see itself: A walk with Natural Features’ on Sunday 12 September at 11:30am CET/ 10:30am GMT. Part of the Talking Books programme taking place over the course of Fiebre Photobook Fest (07-12 Sept 2021).

Sunday 12 September 2021: 11:30am CET/ 10:30am GMT - ONLINE

SALON/21 Commendation - Dafna Talmor

Honoured for 'this is how the earth must see itself' to be Dafna Talmor's choice of the SALON/21 exhibition at Photofusion. An artist whose work I have a deep affinity for...

"The complex combination of illustrations based on ordnance survey maps/archival material along with Tamsin's evocative black and white landscapes and the highly considered design/production of the book incites curiosity and wonder in equal measure. I really admire the way Tamsin engages with representations of landscape that are knowingly subjective yet evoke a sense of universality by dealing with broader questions of mapping, classification and our entangled and complex relationship to our natural surroundings." Dafna Talmor, Artist and Lecturer

Photofusion Artist Talk

I will be talking about my work along with 5 other artists as part of the SALON/21 Pecha Kucha artist talk on 5th August 2021 at 6:30pm. The artists who are presenting will be: Maria Ahmed, Mandy Williams, Tamsin Green, Mathushaa Sagthidas, Mark Phillips and Victoria Ahrens.

Each photographer will have a slideshow of 20 images, and only 20 seconds per image to talk, resulting in a series of quick-fire talks lasting exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds each, followed by a short Q&A session at the end.

To join the talk on zoom please register in advance here.

Victoria & Albert Museum book acquisition

'this is how the earth must see itself' has been acquired by the V&A to join the National Art Library. The book will be available to view by the public at their reading rooms in South Kensington.

The National Art Library is both a major reference library and the Victoria & Albert Museum's curatorial department for the art, craft and design of the book.

Photofusion SELECT Prize

this is how the earth must see itself  has been awarded the SELECT prize by Photofusion. Excited to work with the organisation towards a gallery show with them later in the year.

Glover Rayner Prize Shortlist

this is how the earth must see itself  has been shortlisted for the inaugural Glover Rayner Prize.

The Glover Rayner Prize has been established during Photofusion's 30th anniversary year by founder member Gina Glover and the long-time chair of the board, Dr Geof Rayner. The prize recognises photographic work that raises questions about our fragile environment and the pressing issues of climate change, sustainability, biodiversity and more.

More information about the environmental credentials of the book can be found here.

SALON/21 Exhibition

this is how the earth must see itself  handmade book will be on display as part of SALON/21 exhibition at Photofusion, London. Huge thank you to the selectors Emma Bowkett and Zelda Cheatle.

The exhibition opens on 13 July 2021.

SALON/21: 13 July - 28 August 2021
Photofusion, 3Space International House, 6 Canterbury Crescent, Brixton SW9 7QD

FORMAT21: Presents
Physical Exhibition

I will be exhibiting my new book this is how the earth must see itself as part of the East Meets West Masterclass 2020. The Exhibition will present work by 9 artists and photographers, kindly supported by GRAIN, FORMAT, QUAD, Arts Council England.

For this exhibition I recycled the print proof copy of the book and sewed the individual signatures to sheets of greyboard (a 100% recycled fibre board).

FORMAT21: Presents 18 May - 13 June 2021, Eagle Market (Derby)

this is how the earth must see itself
Book Presale

18 May 2021 is the launch of the presale of my second book ‘this is how the earth must see itself’. Released in June as a limited edition of 58 handmade books by manual.editions.

I founded manual.editions in 2021 as a platform to publish my handmade books in an environmentally conscious way.

Reminders Photography Stronghold
Artist Book Talk

‘Why we make handmade books: Trial + Error’ talk this Sunday 14 March 2021 at 11am GMT/ 8pm JP. Part of the Reminders Photography Stronghold Art Book Fair.

Virtual Exhibition

I will be exhibiting new work from this is how the earth must see itself as part of the East Meets West Masterclass 2020. The Exhibition will present work by 14 artists and photographers, kindly supported by GRAIN, FORMAT, QUAD, Arts Council England.

FORMAT21: CONTROL 12 March - 11 April 2021 (Online: Room 20)

Studio Traccia 
Artist Talk

I will be talking about my book making practice as part of the weekly talks series organised by Studio Traccia. The talk will be live on Tuesday 9 Feb at 18:30 GMT/ 19:30 CET. Hope to see you there!

.tracce. episode # 004 // Tamsin Green
Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Impressions Gallery 
Photobook Fair

Born of the Purest Parents has been selected for the Impressions Gallery Photobook Fair on 17 October 2020. For the first time, the Photobook Fair will be entirely online, offering a digital feast of international publishers, virtual stalls, talks, book launches, workshops and more.

We are now down to the last 5 books in this limited edition of 35 handmade artist books. If you would like to acquire one please get in touch!

east meets west

This Sunday at 8pm I will be in conversation with FORMAT and QUAD about my photography and wider creative practice. The talk will be taking place on INSTAGRAM live on the @eastmeetswestexhibition account.

East Meets West is an inspirational collaborative project organised by Grain, Format and Quad which provides a group of 15 emerging artists and photographers with a professional development opportunity delivered through talks and crit sessions over a period of 6 months.

Photo Cafe
east meets west

Artists and Photographers that took part in the GRAIN and FORMAT/QUAD Masterclass Programme 19/20 will discuss how they have developed and curated a group publication/zine, website, and digital programme/launch during lockdown and social distancing. They will discuss what they learnt in the process, what went well and the many new challenges. This photo cafe will be an introduction to the participants group work as well as sharing the process to help other artists/photographers. Tickets can be booked here.

6pm on 19 August 2020

east meets west
Publication + Digital Launch

I was very lucky to be selected for the East Meets West Masterclass 2020, along with 14 other artists. Supported by GRAIN, FORMAT, QUAD, Arts Council England.

To celebrate the end of the class we are running a programme of live interviews with each of the participants throughout July and August where we will talk about our work and the masterclass highlights. The full programme of events can be found on our website here . 

We have also launched a publication showcasing the work of the 15 participants along with texts by Colin Pantall and GRAIN/ FORMAT.

Format PhotoFringe 20
east meets west Exhibition - CANCELLED

East Meets West Masterclass exhibition at BEAR, part of the Format PhotoFringe 20. Supported by GRAIN, FORMAT, QUAD, Arts Council England.

Installation mock-ups for this is how the earth must see itself.

SALON/19 Exhibition

Excited to show new work from ‘this is how the earth must see itself’ at this years SALON/19 exhibition at the wonderful Photofusion Gallery. Thank you Lucy Soutter for the selection. The Private View is 5 December 2019, and the exhibition runs until Jan 2020.

3 Space International House,
6 Canterbury Crescent,
Brixton SW9 7QD


PHOTOBOOK AS OBJECT / PHOTOBOOK WHO CARES” photographers and book makers will be found at Polycopies next weekend, 9 + 10 November, along with 45 international publishers aboard the Concorde-Atlantique on the Seine.

Participating artists: Hajime Kimura / Snowflakes Dog Man, Julie Glassberg / BIKE KILL, Kanta Nomura / His ongoing dummy, Ryo Kusumoto / Renjishi, Tamsin Green / Born of the Purest Parents

9-10 November 2019
Bateau Concorde-Atlantique
Berges de Seine - Port de Solferino
75007 Paris

Urbanautica Institute
Awards Book 2019

A unique catalog covering the work of 32 photographers selected through the Urbanautica Institute annual awards! A special observatory on contemporary photography. Over 200 pages of images and texts. My project Born of the Purest Parents is featured.

GRAIN/FORMAT Masterclass 
east meets west

FORMAT, QUAD (Derby) and GRAIN Projects (Birmingham) collaborative project with fifteen emerging artists and photographers. I am really excited to have been selected for this masterclass, and look forward to meeting everyone and developing new work! 

Tokyo Art Book Fair
Reminders Photography Stronghold booth

Some of the last editions of the 'Born of the Purest Parents' handmade book will be available at the Reminders Photography Stronghold booth at the Tokyo Art Book Fair 12-15 July 2019, at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.

Pil'Ours Festival
Time to Think Exhibition

I will be exhibiting some new work with Shutterhub as part of TIME TO THINK Exhibition at Festival Pil’Ours, France, 01 July – 31 August 2019

Festival Pil’ours is an annual international festival of photography showcasing the work of female-identifying photographers from around the world.

209 Women
Corridor8 Feature

Review of the 209 Women exhibition at Open Eye Gallery has been featured in Corridor8 Magazine

209 Women not only makes female MPs visible, but unlike the traditional portraits of women – which firmly places them as passive subjects – the project reverses this patriarchal notion, instead displaying the subject how they want to be portrayed, in a way that encompass both identity and vision... read more

San Telmo Museum Photobook Collection
Book Acquisition

‘Born of the Purest Parents’ has been acquired by Gabriela Cendoya Bergareche to join her extensive collection of photobooks. The collection is managed by the San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian, and is available to the public through their library.

San Telmo Museum Library
Plaza Zuloaga 1
Donostia San Sebastia

Tate Collection
Book Acquisition

‘Born of the Purest Parents’ has been acquired by the Tate to join their extensive collection of photo and artist books. Really happy that the book will become available to the public through the Tate Library and Archive at their reading rooms at Tate Britain.

Tate Library holds a collection of books, exhibition catalogues and rare items relating to British art and artists from the 1500s onwards, and international art from c.1900.

Tate Britain 
London SW1P 4RG

Kassel Dummy Award 18 Exhibition

Born of the Purest Parents handmade book will be exhibited at FORMAT19 as part of the Kassel Dummy Award 2018.

15 March - 14 April 2019

Open Eye Gallery
209 Women exhibition

A collective of women photographers from all across the UK formed, volunteering their time to make and mark history, celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage and championing the visibility of women, particularly in environments that are still largely male-dominated. Thank you to Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman and Lisa Tse for all of the hard work and organisation!

I photographed Maggie Throup, MP for Erewash, and am really proud to be a part of the inspiring 209 Women exhibition.

28 February 2018 - 14 April 2019
Open Eye Gallery

Interview with Steve Bisson

I talked with Steve Bisson about my work and motivations for the upcoming Urbanautica book. The full length interview preview has been published on their journal.

V&A Collection
Book Acquisition

‘Born of the Purest Parents’ has been acquired by the V&A to join their extensive collection of photo and artist books. Really happy that the book will become available to the public through the National Art Library at their reading rooms in South Kensington.

Victoria & Albert Museum
Cromwell Road 
London SW7 2RL

boom saloon

‘Born of the Purest Parents’ is published in boom saloon. 004: perspective. Thank you to the team for a wonderful magazine.

boom saloon is a printed magazine showcasing the importance of the arts and creative industries in a movement to utilise them for good.

All profits from the publication and studio work are put towards running social projects in underprivileged areas, using creativity to empower and inspire those who may not have the support to do so themselves.

Setanta Books
Book Stockist

The online rare books shop, Setanta Books, are now stocking 'Born of the Purest Parents'. They specialise in collectable rare first editions, photography, vintage Penguin paperbacks and children’s fiction.

Book Review

Thank you to Gemma Padley and Christiane Monarchi for featuring a book review of 'Born of the Purest Parents' on Photomonitor.

209 Women
Houses of Parliament Exhibition

A collective of women photographers from all across the UK formed, volunteering their time to make and mark history, celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage and championing the visibility of women, particularly in environments that are still largely male-dominated. Thank you to Hilary Wood, Tracy Marshall, Cheryl Newman and Lisa Tse for all of the hard work and organisation!.

I photographed Maggie Throup, MP for Erewash, and am really proud to be a part of the inspiring 209 Women exhibition.

14 December 2018 - 14 February 2019
Portcullis House
Houses of Parliament

Photofusion SALON/18
LAPC Prize

Thank you to London Alternative Photography Collective, and Dafna Talmor, for selecting 'Untitled' (salt prints, laser cut greyboard, salt), from the series Born of the Purest Parents, as your pick of the SALON/18 exhibition!

6 December 2018 - 12 January 2019

5&33 Gallery
Shutter Hub Open 18

Born of the Purest Parents will be part of the Shutter Hub OPEN 2018 encore, opening on 6th December at 5&33 Gallery in Amsterdam.

7 December 2018 - 20 January 2019
5&33 Gallery

SALON/18 Exhibition

Untitled (salt prints, laser cut greyboard, salt), from the series Born of the Purest Parents, will be on display at Photofusion as part of SALON/18 exhibition opening 06 December 2018.

6 December 2018 - 12 January 2019

Danny Wilson Memorial Awards

Casting Off exhibition, part of the Brighton Photo Fringe 18, received a special mention in the Danny Wilson Memorial Awards, Emerging Curators Choice. Thank you to everyone who took the time to come to the show, and who stopped to have a chat.

RPS Hundred Heroines

Humbled to be nominated for the RPS #hundredheroinesamong so many of my heroines. Such a fantastic celebration of female photographers!

Photobook Week Aarhaus 2018

Born of the Purest Parents is currently on show at Photobook Week Aarhaus 2018 as part of the Kassel Dummy Award exhibition. 

4 -7 October 2018
Aarhaus School of Architecture

Brighton Photo Fringe 18 
Peer Mentoring Talk

Join us for an open discussion and some expert advice Exploring peer mentoring...Wendy Pye, co-founder of Tri-pod, will share her expertise on the enormous benefits that peer mentoring can offer and lead a discussion with a group of seven photographers who met through peer mentoring, have continued to support each other and are now exhibiting together for the first time at Gallery Lock In at the Brighton Photo Fringe.

6 October 2018 - 2pm
Gallery Lock In
Little Western Street

Brighton Photo Fringe 18
Casting Off Publication

Newspapers designed for upcoming group show 'Casting Off', part of the Brighton Photo Fringe 18, come and get yours!

29 September - 28 October 2018
Gallery Lock In
Little Western Street

Photomonth East London 
Shutter Hub Open 2018

Born of the Purest Parents will be part of the Shutter Hub OPEN 2018, opening on 4th October at The Old Truman Brewery in London.

Part of Photomonth East London International Photography Festival, the OPEN brings together international photographers in a selected exhibition, celebrating the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery.

4 - 9 October 2018
Old Truman Brewery

Brighton Photo Fringe 18 
Casting Off Exhibition

Since 2016 I've been part of a peer mentoring group that began with Miranda Gavin under Tri-Pod at Photofusion. Through group sessions with these amazing women, I tested ideas for my project 'Born of the Purest Parents'.

Casting Off, part of the Brighton Photo Fringe 2018, will be our first group exhibition together. On 6 October, joined by guest speaker Wendy Pye, we'll be talking about the value of peer mentoring in professional development.

29 September - 28 October 2018
Gallery Lock In
Little Western Street

Ain't Bad 

Thank you to Ain't Bad magazine for publishing Born of the Purest Parents.

MiniClick Talk

Thank you to Jim for the invitation to speak at MiniClick in Brighton on 14 August. The theme is MINERALS. Come and join Alexandra Lethbridge and I for talks on salt and meteorites, and lots more!

F-Stop Magazine 
Land, Sea, Air Feature

‘Born of the Purest Parents’ is featured in F-Stop Magazine: Land, Sea, Air.

New Landscape Photography 

Great to see 'Born of the Purest Parents' featured on New Landscape Photography today. Thank you to Willson Cummer for sharing the work.

New Landscape Photography presents contemporary art from around the world that explores the natural and built environments. I am most interested in work that considers the interactions between the two. New Landscape Photography was founded in 2010 and is published every Thursday.

Urbanautica Institute Awards 2018
Special Mention

Born of the Purest Parents received a special mention in the Urbanautica Institute Awards 2018: Nature, Environment and Perspectives, in great company.

Another Place 

Thank you to Iain Sarjeant for this lovely feature on ‘Born of the Purest Parents’ on Another Place Magazine. The work will also be featured all week on @anotherplacemagaine.

another place is an online space showcasing contemporary photography which explores landscape in the widest sense, covering themes which include land, place, journey, city and environment - from the remotest corners of the globe to the centre of the largest cities.

PhotoBook as Object / Photobook Who Cares Exhibition

The Japan Foundation, Bangkok, co-organizes with PhotoBangkok 2018 an exhibition “Photobook as object / Photobook who cares” by Reminders Photography Stronghold at the Open House, Central Embassy. Reminders Photography Stronghold will participate in the form of an exhibition to introduce photographers involved in book making at RPS and their appeal including the process of making their works. 

Photographers now can easily edit on their computer screens. However the RPS book making process is heavily focused on the output of a physical dummy book. Touching, reading and thinking through a tangible photo book often provides photographers with new perspectives, simply because they are more conscious and aware of what they are creating. Photographers can further unfold meaningful details through choices of papers, ways of printing, size, weight, sense of touch, the structure of a book and so on.

Lunch time Chat

Really excited to be part of the stellar line up for Offspring Photo Meet 2018!! I will be giving a lunch time chat on Born of the Purest Parents on the Saturday 9 June. Check out the full programme of talks, workshops and portfolio reviews now live...

Saturday 9 June 2018 - 1.30 - 2.15pm
Space Studios, Mare Street, Hackney, London, E8 3RH

The Library Project

Born of the Purest Parents is part of Photo Ireland's The Library Project, along with all of the other books on the Kassel Dummy Award Shortlist.

1 - 31 May 2018
The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar Street, Dublin, Ireland

Kassel Dummy Award 2018 

Super happy that Born of the Purest Parents has been shortlisted for the KASSEL Dummy Award 2018. Thank you to everyone who has helped out with getting the book this far! Looking forward to browsing all the books and meeting the other photographers in KASSEL in May.

This year a total of 391 photobooks from 46 countries from all over the world, from Bangladesh to Norway, from Russia to Australia, from Japan to America, from China to Brazil were sent in to the 2018 KASSEL DUMMY AWARD. The shortlist selection resulted in 53 photobooks to be exhibited at photography festivals across Europe.

31 May - 3 June 2018
Fotobook Festival, Documenta-Halle, Kassel, Germany

Book Release 
Born of the Purest Parents

BORN OF THE PUREST PARENTS is now available to pre-order (Shipping April 2018). A handmade edition of 35 books, including 4 limited edition salt prints.

Photo Scratch 

Photo Scratch. In this special edition of Photo Scratch, spectators will be invited to take a look and feedback about work-in-progress photography book projects. Featuring book dummies by Aisling Keavey, Lewis Bush, Stephanie Smith, Simon Martin, Chris Bethell, Tamsin Green.

Monday 19 March 6-9pm
Hotel Elephant, Spare Street, London

Pecha Kucha SALON/17

Photofusion. Eight exhibiting artists from SALON/17 have been invited to talk about their work Pecha Kucha style (20 slides, 20 seconds each).

Weds 10 January at 6.30pm
Photofusion, Brixton

Borders Exhibition

Born of the Purest Parents is part of the group show BORDERS at The Bridewell Theatre, London.

Photographers from the UK and around the world have been selected to exhibit their work in BORDERS, an exhibition of photography, curated in response to the MARCHLAND season of performances and talks, in collaboration with Théâtre Volière and the Bridewell Theatre.

15 January -16 April 2018
Bridewell Theatre, St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane
London EC4Y 8EQ

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