In episode 18 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed considering memory in photography, the practice of photographers swapping prints, printing your family photographs, and the David Hurn exhibition at the Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol.
Plus this week photographer Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer’s the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?’
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert grew up in Scotland, where on his 13th birthday he received the gift of a camera. A few years later he began working as a UK based freelance photographer for editorial, corporate and NGO clients. His work has appeared in magazines such as Time, National Geographic, Italian Geo, Le Figaro, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, and many others. For the past decade Jeremy has been one of the principal photographers for Greenpeace International. Recently based in Japan, he has now relocated back to his home country of Scotland.
His work has taken him to over 100 countries, from Antarctica to Outer Mongolia. His personal and commissioned work, has been recognised through a number of photojournalism awards, and he has been widely published and exhibited in Europe and in the USA. https://jeremysuttonhibbert.com
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Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer in Professional Photography at the University of Gloucestershire, a working photographer, and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Focal Press 2014) and The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Focal Press 2015). His next book #New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography will be published by Bloomsbury Academic in January 2019.
His documentary film, Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay will be screened across the UK and the US in 2018.
© Grant Scott 2018