A fascinating insight into the history of photography viewed from the perspective of one man and his life in it.
Revised August 16th 2011
Julia Claxton graduated from the London College of Printing in 1988 with a BA(Hons) in Photography. Since then her award winning work has been exhibited and reproduced both nationally and internationally. She has worked as a visiting lecturer and workshop tutor in photography, drawing, printmaking and design at various venues including her alma mater The London College of Printing and as a digital imaging consultant. Amongst other awards she is a past holder of the Agfa Bursary for Experimental Photography and her work continues to involve exploration of both digital imaging and older photographic processes. She has recently been awarded a Royal Photographic Society Silver Medal for her International Garden Photographer of The Year portfolio. She is now based in Brighton and working on a variety of photographic commissions.