Gill Golding is a Brighton based urban landscape photographer whose work adopts a geographical and sociological approach to critically engage with the urban environment. Her interest in post-industrial landscapes and the regeneration and gentrification of our cities is accompanied by questions about issues related to the contemporary city. Her choice of walking as a research methodology allows her to encounter landscapes through an embodied practice, creating a dialogic relationship with the environment that encourages a critical approach to her work.
Gill has an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths, University of London and is one of the organisers of UrbanPhotoFest in London. She is a member of the Urban Photographers Association and has exhibited in various venues in London. Gill is a former headteacher and remains an educationist.
You can find out more about Gill here: gillgoldingphotography.com
Allan Grainger is a photographic artist whose work considers notions of place, culture, identity and belonging within the urban landscape; his practice centres on an interest and depiction of Psychogeography. Allan has had a long career in photography working on professional and art commissions with clients such as Saatchi and Saatchi, Barclays. In 2015 Allan was commissioned by the Lucy Bell Fine Art Gallery to produce ten tableaux of Manchester. Allan has curated and run workshops. He is currently completing a History of Art degree. He is a member of the Greenwich London Independent Photography group and a participant of Crossing Lines, Goldsmiths, University of London.
You can find out more about Allan here: allangrainger.com