I am Baku (Azerbaijan) based photographer. My greatest interest is portraits of children. These photographs serve as a reminder to look into ourselves and find our inner child. I am fascinated by their frankness. I often use my own children in my photo shoots. I am using Olympus OM-1n as well as Canon EOS 5D in most of my work. Read More...

We are excited to announce this year’s Members’ exhibition, Photofusion SALON/15 showcasing the talent and breadth of photographic and moving image work by Photofusion Members. Last year saw over 100 photographers’ work covering the gallery walls from floor to ceiling. SALON/15 calls for submissions from image-makers across all genres of photography and moving image; there are no categories or themes. You can submit up to six images – however only one per selected artist will be exhibited. This year we will also be continuing with Photofusion SELECT where four photographers from the SALON exhibition are selected and given artist mentoring Read More...

This July Photofusion partnered with SW Connects to set up a pop-up workshop for military men and women and their families at the Wellington Barracks in Central Westminster. Photofusion member, Andy Barker and Photoufsion’s Community Programme Manager Lizzy King, worked with Leah Whittingham of SW Connects to capture many faces and warmth of the Army.   Shannon Grey (17) is a long-time participant on Photoufsion’s community programmes attended the Wellington Barracks Pop-Up workshop as part of her work experience here at Photofusion. Here is what Shannon noted from the day: The original plans for the shoot were aimed at offering Read More...

To accompany the Spencer Murphy exhibition we have an evening of portfolio reviews with Spencer Murphy, Christiane Monarchi and Anthony Luvera. Read More...

Growing up on a farm in Australia cultivated Lisa’s passion for all things food. Moving from a self-sufficient lifestyle to London, Lisa started to work for a design agency, where one of her roles was Art Direction which sparked her interest in photography. Now with 15 years’ experience she has photographed producers from all over the world to Michelin starred chefs. Read More...

This weekend was the Lambeth Country Show hosted in Brockwell park. Photofusion hosted a cyanotype workshop free to children and young people… Read More...

Continuing with our regular updates on photography exhibitions not to miss out on in London this summer… Read More...

Are you an aspiring shutterbug with an eye for a striking black and white image? Do you feel driven to capture life in all its majesty, horror, irony and beauty? Would you like to be the next Sebastião Salgado? If this sounds like you then we want you to share your images with us to help celebrate the release of The Salt of the Earth on 17 July, an Oscar-nominated documentary by Wim Wenders about Salgado’s breathtaking work and inspirational life. All you need to do is upload your Salgado-inspired images to Instagram using ‪#‎SalgadoGram‬ and your picture will be Read More...

Inspired by the Science Museum’s exhibition, ‘Revelations: Experiments in Photography’ Photofusion has invited photographers to send in one photograph made using experimental photographic techniques or alternative processes. If you’d like to submit and image, click here for more information. Sally Gunnett Chemigram created using an oil and salt resist and a circular mask. Instagram account: sallyvgu Robin Cracknell I shoot with old cameras, expired film and print through various semi-transparent materials like mouldy cine film, damaged glass, etc. This image of my son was shot with expired (later bleached) film, printed through a randomly chosen section of Chinese cine film Read More...

Panel Discussion: Through The Lens , Caribbean Women , A Re-Introduction Thursday 9 July, 19:00 Free for Members (non-members: £5.00) For booking, please complete the form at the bottom of this webpage. Photofusion are pleased to be working with ChantiMedia again for another panel discussion. This discussion will feature AJ Silistre, Lizzy Brown, Fiona Compton and Sherion Mullings will be held here at the Photofusion Photofusion Gallery. The Panel AJ Silistrie AJ Silistrie was born in 1975, in Nancy, France. The narrative of this French-Guadeloupean visual artist, who resides and works in London, compels you to embark on an introspective Read More...