hotofusion Member and New Creative Markets participant, Leslie Hakim-Dowek is pleased to present East & West: Visualising the Ottoman City Read More...

Acclaimed British photographer Simon Roberts recently became a patron of Photofusion. Before his recent talk here at Photofusion in Brixton, Simon generously gave us an interview which is an inspirational insight into his practice and passion. Read More...

Previous speakers on Photofusion’s Members events schedule is photographic collective Uncertain States. Now we would like to let you know about their own organised talks, taking place on the first Tuesday of each month, the next one being… Read More...

On Wednesday evening we went along to see who got awarded the fifth Prix Pictet Award at a ceremony and exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Read More...

Ross Walker, who is the head of art buying at the advertising agency McCann London is coming to Photofusion to give a talk to Members. Read More...

Ten Images for Ithaca invite you this summer to take a creative break by the sea. Join one of the workshops in either graphic design, illustration or photography in the Greek island of Ithaca and explore your creative side in a different light. Read More...

The Sony World Photography Awards are one of the world’s leading photography competitions, the exhibition showcases the winning and shortlisted photographers from the 139,000 submissions from across all disciplines, from fine art to photojournalism to lifestyle.

This is the final weekend that you can go see this exhibition at Somerset House! Read More...

When your not in educating it can be hard to push your work in new directions or help improve your business as a photographer. A good way for this is by attending workshops, talks and seminars. London is a great place to be living for helping you push your work and business Read More...

Metro Imaging and The Photographers’ Dining Club are proud to present an exclusive evening of inspirational photography based conversation, debate and dining, based around issues facing photographers today in an increasingly demanding industry. Read More...

From the work of the 101 photographs on the wall in this year’s Photofusion Salon exhibition, Dec 2013 – January 2014, the public had the opportunity to choose their favourite to be nominated for the “Photofusion Salon Public’s Choice Award 2013”. Read More...

Voice of Freedom is a project run through PhotoVoice and is currently exhibiting in Amnesty International UK. Voice of Freedom is a participatory photography project for formerly trafficked women from Israel and Ethiopia. Read More...

Susan Mumford will outline the basics of what to do – and NOT do – to succeed in attaining representation (by an art dealer, gallerist or consultant). The content will also be relevant for artists exploring non-exclusive collaborations with galleries and other arts professionals. Read More...

We are pleased to announce that the authors of The Metabolic Landscape: Gina Glover, Geof Rayner, and Jessica Rayner will be launching their new book and giving a talk at Photofusion! Read More...

I am a Portuguese photographer with a BA and MA in Documentary Photography from the University of Wales Newport. My work is an extension of myself and my beliefs, and they are varied, although what I like to point my camera at is people and land, in this way I look out for particular situations i.e. politically charged landscapes that can be visually visible or the landscapes I like more that are the ones that don’t shout out their status. I have been developing since graduating from the BA in 2009 a project called requiem to a dying planet that Read More...

Oluchi Ozoemenam is an emerging photographer who sees photography as a chance to represent life through the lens. Her photography is on one hand about intuition, taking a unique split second in time, creating a moment that will never be repeated, and on the other hand about making a photograph, manufacturing reality as she wants it to be. “My photographs aim not to only tell a story but also to appreciate the ordinary things that surround us.” Oluchi has a keen interest in portraiture, still life, fine art and performance photography. In addition, she spends some of her time on Read More...

Selim Korycki was born in Gdansk (Poland) and was educated at London College of Communication and University of Westminster. He graduated with a BA Honours Photography degree from University of Westminster in 2012. Selim works mainly with still images and video. His practice explores topics such as cultural and national identities, and various other social and political issues. Selim is currently based in London, UK. www.selimkorycki.com Elanor Cadzow 22-year-old Elanor is a cyclist riding for Welwyn Wheelers Cycling Club. After a brief but successful spell as a triathlete (she represented GB at the 2012 World Sprint Age Group Championships and Read More...

Martyna is an early career photographer and workshop facilitator, with a passion for portraiture and mobile photography. She works with children with special educational needs, and is an avid reader and writer, with a particular interest in feminist film criticism. You can find more of her work here: martyna-przybysz.com instagram.com/martynaprzybysz Sam Barnett, 13 Sam plays a Trevor James Signature Custom Raw alto sax, and recently won the Mayor of London’s GIGS youth category. “Music gives me a way of communicating that nothing else can replace. When you play with another musician you feel like you can play anything and it Read More...

Andreas Gursky: Early Landscapes
The exhibition at Sprueth Magers gallery will showcase some of Gursky’s work dating from the late 1980’s to the early 1990’s. Predating before Gursky’s extensive use of digital technology. Read More...

London College of Communication (LCC) presents the work of twenty-one international photographers and filmmakers from the online version its renowned MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course, in an exhibition entitled, Where We Stand, from 8 – 17 May 2014. Read More...