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The Colonising Camera

This year MA Photography ran a new module exploring photography’s histories and futures to ask: Is it possible to remove the ‘othering’ gaze from the lens of the well-heeled photographer in the Global North who records the life of others? … Continue reading

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Visiting Speaker – Keith W Roberts

Rev.Treacy by Edward Chambré-Hardman Keith gave a fascinating account of his PhD research on a Liverpool-based commercial portrait photographer, Edward Chambré-Hardman (1898-1988), who practiced between 1923 to 1966. He left behind a vast collection of photographic work including portraiture, landscape and topographical … Continue reading

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Ciara Leeming – Visiting Lecturer

The MA Photography group took part in a thought-provoking lecture on ‘Participatory Journalism’ by photojournalist Ciara Leeming. Ciara is a journalism graduate from Uclan in 2002 who has gone on to develop an impressive body of professional and personal work which utilises … Continue reading

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John Claridge lecture at UCLan

Highly regarded for his editorial and portraiture work. Claridge has been presented with  over 700 awards and is currently one of only  three photographers nominated for the Association of Photographers Lifetime Achievement Award. Throughout his life Claridge has shot a vast amount of what … Continue reading

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