Her work has been exhibited and published throughout the UK and abroad; her main interests lie in portraiture, exploring the way people live.
Trompeteler Helen Trompeteler is Assistant Curator of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London, where she has contributed research to major exhibitions including Man Ray Portraits (NPG, 2013) and curated a diverse range of displays, both historical and contemporary, including Fred Daniels: Cinema Portraits (NPG, 2013), Spotlight on Peter Rand (NPG, 2012), Mick Jagger: Young in the 60s (NPG, 2011), From Where I Stand: Photographs by Mary Mc Cartney (NPG, 2010) and Jane Bown: Exposures (NPG, 2009).
She’s been on the judging panel for the Mack First Book Award and the Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography.
Floyd Chris Floyd is a British photographer and filmmaker.
Patricia is Founder and Editor in Chief of Paper Journal, an online magazine which is updated weekly with interviews, features, studio visits and photobook reviews, and aims to showcase the very best in contemporary visual arts.
Recent writing includes an illustrated chronology of Man Ray’s life and career for the catalogue Man Ray Portraits (2013).
Rogers Fiona Rogers studied Arts & Media at Surrey Institute of Art & Design, beginning her career in photography at a populist central London photography gallery in 2004.
She moved to Magnum Photos in 2005 and in 2006 originated Magnum’s Educational activities, including the creation of UK University partnerships and managing an international program of photographic workshops, portfolio reviews, masterclasses and professional development events.
He is a keen and astute observer of human nature, and in particular some of the more quirky aspects of life.
His distinctive, strong reportage style, predominantly in color, has guaranteed regular commissions from a range of respected national and international clients.