Bloomsbury Media Lab
Companies and freelancers with expertise in photography.
Photography School in Germany, various courses at Central Saint Martin, Chelsea College of Art & Design, MA in Photography and Urban Cultures Goldsmiths University London
Portraits, Still Life, 360 degree interior and landscape photography, events
Michael Frank is a commercial photographer with over 20 years of studio and location experience. After many years of freelance corporate, advertising and portrait work with national and international clients, as well as owner of a rental studio, Michael moved to London and subsequently took a number of short courses on photography, art and architecture at Central St. Martins under Diego Ferrari. In 2009 Michael started the MA course “Photography & Urban Cultures” at Goldsmiths University of London under the supervision of Paul Halliday and Caroline Knowles. Michael recently set up an online-based photography gallery named “Gasket”.
Winner of Wellcome Images Award 2015
Short listed Leica Prize 2012
Event photography, podcasting using audacity
Gary is a self taught photographer who enjoys photographing landscapes and architecture. His work has been shortlisted for the Telegraph's big picture competition and has been featured by Sainsburys and the Huffington Post.
Gary specialises in candid event photography at conferences, weddings etc, with a knack for capturing the essence of the event itself. Gary also has six years expertise in podcasting. He founded, mixes and produces his own music podcast (using audacity) which regularly charts in the top 10 genre charts on mixcloud.
BA Photography London College of Communication (UAL)
A lens-based artist whose work incorporates photography and moving image and focuses on shifting notions of identity and community in a globalising world. The form Emile works with most is the intimate character portrait. Alongside personal practice, he works in the music and fashion industries as a camera-operator, editor and self-shooting DOP/Director, depending on the scale of the project.
Most relevantly, in 2013 Emile worked as a self-shooting director for SOAS University to produce three promotional films for the Summer School programme. He was also photographer and filmmaker for Ladies Who L-earn, a programme of workshops for unemployed young women in East London
Shortlisted for Bar-Tur award 2011 (Final 30 of 2300)