Artists

Browse through our artists, read about them and watch their videos

We regularly add new photographers so watch this space as our portfolio of talented artists grows.

Christine Erhard

It is not always obvious whether all art that is presented as photography should be understood as such. For some it is clear where the line in the sand should be drawn. But for others such as commentator Jorg Colberg the use of other art forms and digital technology when creating contemporary photography is actually what makes it all the more interesting. And so it is with the work of Christine Erhard. read on »

Claudia Eschborn

"This is a lovely, simple series, all made in one day, in an extended moment of inspiration," said Jim Casper of Lensculture about Claudia Eschborn's series "Hamburg Sud". This equally applies to Claudia's triptych shown here. read on »

Nicolas Ferrando

Nicolas Ferrando was born in Buenos Aires in 1978. He started working in the cinema industry when he was 15 and since then has been freelancing as a cameraman, Director of Photography, illustrator and a writer of more than 250 TV commercials, documentaries, movies and comics. read on »

Joachim Froese

Still lives arranged in multiple panels are the signature style of Joachim Froese, an artist who interrogates the intrinsic properties of photography when creating his polytychs. read on »

Noemie Goudal

It was while participating in a workshop in New York lead by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey, that Noemie Goudal realised that what really interested her was making photographs about other people's stories. read on »

Victoria Hall

"When I was a child I wanted to be a spy", confides the artist Victoria Hall, but instead of becoming an undercover agent, employing disguises and committing acts of subterfuge in defence of her country, Victoria has diverted her childhood ambitions into being a performance artist. read on »

Paul Hart

Paul Hart graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BA in Photography in 1988 and worked in advertising for six years before embarking on a freelance career focusing more on the natural world. read on »

Kenji Hirasawa

Kenji Hirasawa, a graduate of Keio University, Japan, majoring in Media Design, furthered his interest in the visual arts by studying photographic production at the London College of Communication in 2008/09. read on »

Jo Holland

Jo Holland studied photography at Staffordshire University where she explored the idea of making photographic prints without a camera. read on »

Jan von Holleben

Born in 1977 in Cologne and brought up in the southern German countryside, the critically acclaimed photographer Jan von Holleben lived most of his youth in an alternative commune with his parents, a cinematographer and child therapist. read on »

Bill Jackson - Part 1

"When we think of a photograph, we often see it in terms of an instant, the decisive moment," says Bill Jackson, but for him the real art of making photographs is all in the preparation and planning. Before Bill even exposes any film he has decided upon background, lighting and how the final print will look. Photography is a series of decisions, all contributing to solving a visual puzzle. read on »

Bill Jackson - Part 2

"When we think of a photograph, we often see it in terms of an instant, the decisive moment," says Bill Jackson, but for him the real art of making photographs is all in the preparation and planning. Before Bill even exposes any film he has decided upon background, lighting and how the final print will look. Photography is a series of decisions, all contributing to solving a visual puzzle. read on »