Peter Whiddon

I consider myself an amateur photographer who has a strong focus on still life, architecture and reportage style photography. Producing several books of studies I have done being supported with strong photography.

David Allen


David is a self-taught, amateur photographer, living and working in London.

His main interests are landscape and cityscape photography. He has exhibited work with the GPN in both the f20-12 Beyond Words exhibitions.

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Twitter | @pointnorthphoto


Ed Hossack

Returning to London a couple of years ago after living in Sydney for eight years, London’s architecture, people, art and culture re-ignited my interest in photography beyond tourist-snaps of Sydney harbour and beach-life in Australia (not that there’s anything wrong with tourist-snaps, and certainly nothing wrong with Australian beach-life). Initially, my photos […]

Eddie Clarke

Eddie Clarke is a picture researcher and editor specializing in fine art. He is an enthusiastic amateur photographer keen on building his skills. Interest include architecture, still life and landscape. His work was selected by Tate Modern to celebrate its 10th anniversary on its website. This is his first exhibition.


Rob Olsen

Rob Olsen began his journey into the world of photography in 2006, and complemented self learning with a short course in photography at City Lit followed by a City & Guilds Progression Award in Photography – Level 2 at Morley College, achieving a distinction. Rob’s main genres are architecture, abstract […]

Coenraad Uys

My photography career started informally when my parents bought my first film camera in 1989! A small hand held that turned me out to be vary happy snappy from them on. I changed my equipment over the years to more sophisticated SLR’s with more lenses than one could carry to the modern digital SLR’s. […]


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