The Next Photographer Award is a brand new award set to unearth the best new photographers and promote them back to the industry. Organised by D&AD, in partnership with Getty Images, the award is open to new photographers with less than three years professional experience. Read More...

Yesterday was the last day of the Brighton Photography MA exhibition, however if you did not manage to make it to the show, here is a brief overview of some of the fantastic work included… Read More...

London College of Communication Students from the MA Photography course 2014 present a Print Auction next Thursday 25 September at Four Corners. Read More...

The Photomonth opening exhibition, ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End showcases the work of a diverse range of photographers whose work relates to the East End of London. Read More...

Do not miss the Urban Encounters Symposium on 24 and 25 October at Tate Britain featuring key speakers including Paul Halliday, Xavier Ribas, David Kendall and Nadav Kander. Read More...

Photofusion Member Peter Luck is exhibiting as part of a group photography exhibition in flay 89 of Balfron Tower, Poplar, London. The show is titled ‘An Unrealised Future’ and features the work of photographic artists Michael Mulcahy, Mike Seaborne, Peter Luck and James Wakefield. Read More...

Eileen Perrier, a participant on our New Creative Markets programme, has a new exhibition titled ‘Peckham Square Studio’ opening from Tuesday 16 September 2014. The work in the exhibition is from a mobile studio in Peckham where Eileen Perrier worked this summer as part of the latest commission from independent gallery and charity Peckham Platform. Read More...

Over the next couple of months there will be a number of photography and arts MA shows around the country, here’s what not to miss… Read More...

Julian Crowe is a London based photographer whose main aim is to capture people and objects using only available light. Darkness is as important as light of course and particularly in the black & white images it permeates through the work. Read More...

Prior to studying for her MA Photography at Brighton University, Mitch studied Cultural Geography and this interest between the physical environment and the texture of human life, still underpins her practice. Read More...