Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Chris Clack. Read More...

Profile for Jon Wyatt, photographer and Photofusion member. Read More...

Photographer Caroline Jane Harris explores the intricacies of nature through a labour intensive paper-cutting technique. Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Ed Walker. Read More...

South London Landscapes What might seem like a predominantly urban landscape of busy roads, shops and houses all gradually and inevitably leading to the central London metropolis is, when seen from above, a sea of trees and open spaces. From the great green estate of Brockwell Park to the grand gardens of Crystal Palace and the hills and woods of Dulwich that so dramatically overlook the distant city skyline, south London is full of beautifully preserved miniature landscapes, where ancient trees, elegant architecture and pockets of wilderness separate the still recognisable towns that have over the years become our districts Read More...

Paul Tecklenberg is a graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art and has exhibited in a number of critically acclaimed shows. In 2008 he was elected to be a life member of the London Group. As part of his residency at Swedenborg House, Paul made and set up the specifically adapted pinhole cameras around the building, to capture light and movement, from dawn to dusk. In many photos, the image remains in negative, so that dark objects appear light and light objects appear dark. This is a direct reference to Swedenborg’s complex conceptions of light in Heaven and Hell: Read More...

Gary O’Dwyer works as artist and curator As an artist/photographer I work in series. The aim has been to collect/photograph man made artefacts and representations restricted to a theme and thus are able to reflect on human creativity, and consider its function, forms and content. Briefly the images included here are from one of my growing archives of anthropological photographic series, ‘Graffitidick’. I am interested in the creative production of ‘non creatives’ and creativity, expression in areas not regarded as high art. I base/justify my aesthetic along scientific and anthropological lines and themes; of working in the field, collecting on Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Danica O. Kus. Read More...

I am originally from Norway but currently basted in the UK. Photography allows me to investigate and explore personal feelings and ideas through carefully staged images where I control all elements within the frame. Besides being a photographer I am a Social Anthropologist and my interest in the interaction between people and their environment underpins all my work. The featured work is from my two most recent projects: 1) The World is a Detour We play out different roles in different situations in life. Society wants to pin us down to certain types. We all contain elements of everything, and Read More...

Face to Face comprises work by second year students on the BA (Hons) Photography course in the Faculty of Arts at the University or Brighton. Read More...

“Whilst the term ‘archival processing’ seems to suggest that a great deal of extra effort has to be made, in reality only a little more care and attention is needed to help prolong the life of the image – mostly in the fixing and washing stages.”

In this article, master printer Nick Jones provides a sound basis on which to get to grips with printing your own archival prints. Featuring a gallery of stunning images printed by Nick for photographer Kim Shaw. Read More...

Profile for Guy Bell, photographer and Photofusion member. Read More...

The photographs were produced whilst on a research trip to Sri Lanka in April and May 2012. This explorative trip was initially focussed on the aftermath of a war that lasted nearly three decades. Read More...

In this ongoing series a fictional mapmaker goes out into the landscape to take ‘readings’ from which to create his maps and charts. The photographs are the results of his research, created by flagging or tracing around natural features with a mirror so that the mapmaker’s scientific approach is reconciled with natural chance. Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member Tom Hatton. Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Emma Lewis. Read More...

David Hoffman has specialised in social issues photography for more than 30 years. Resolutely independent, much of his work centres on the increasingly visible control the state exerts over our lives and choices. Read More...

Profile for Beatrice Lacey, photographer and Photofusion member. Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, Ariadne Radi Cor. Read More...