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SHORT INTERVIEW WITH ANOTHER GRADUATE SHOW WINNER: LIAM WEBB

Loupe’s first exhibition opens today, sharing the work of 11 emerging photographers selected from our open call by a panel of industry professionals, and curated by our own Sarah Goad. Through the generous support of both Creative Hub and Brick Lane Gallery, we were able to launch the open call and resulting exhibition entirely free of charge, meaning that students and recent grads could enter without restriction. The quality and quantity of work submitted was overwhelming, and the final selection is outstanding. Information about the opening night can be found here.

Short interview with Another Graduate Show Winner: Megan Winstone

Loupe’s first exhibition launches this Wednesday, sharing the work of 11 emerging photographers selected from our open call by a panel of industry professionals, and curated by our own Sarah Goad. Through the generous support of both Creative Hub and Brick Lane Gallery, we were able to launch the open call and resulting exhibition entirely free of charge, meaning that students and recent grads could enter without restriction. The quality and quantity of work submitted was overwhelming, and the final selection is outstanding. Information about the opening night can be found here.

Issue 9 Interview: Rory Carnegie

Interview by Lucas Birtles

Rory Carnegie is an established photographer whose documentary work primarily focuses on social issues, alongside a more conceptual practice that considers the subject of interconnectedness. His varied projects have been exhibited extensively and internationally. We featured an image from his project Islay as Centrefold in issue 9. In this interview we discuss the intricacies behind that project, where he pulls his inspiration from, and his advice for emerging photographers.

Photographic Education: An Interview With James Arthur Allen

Photographic Education is an interview series from Loupe. Through conversations with successful graduates, we discuss why photographic education works, how to get the most out of it, and where it can improve. Each graduate shares their advice for current students, and some answer a guest question from a past tutor. The series aims to be a useful resource for students and educators alike, and promotes work from the most encouraging new photographers.

Issue 9 Interview: Alex Colley

Interview by Lucas Birtles

Alex Colley, a final year student at the University of South Wales, has already developed a distinctive creative voice. In Issue 9 we featured an image from Colley’s most recent project, War Office, supported by his own words regarding philosopher Guy Debord. In this interview we further explore Colley’s motivations with the project, his successful use of experimenting in other mediums, and the important role education has played in his creative development.

CURATING PHOTOGRAPHY: AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM PAGE

In a world saturated with imagery, the role of curator is becoming ever more vital. Curating Photography explores a changing industry, through conversations with those who shape what we see.

Issue 9: Out Now!


Written by Harry Flook –

Issue 9 is out now! Make sure you pick up a free copy before they run out, or order from our online store if you can’t make it to a stockist.

Photographic Education: An interview with Christopher Bethell

Photographic Education is an interview series from Loupe. Through conversations with successful graduates, we discuss why photographic education works, how to get the most out of it, and where it can improve. Each graduate shares their advice for current students and answers a guest question from a past tutor. The resulting series forms a useful resource for students and educators alike, as well as promoting work from the most encouraging new photographers.

Photographic Education: An interview with Lewis Khan

Photographic Education is a new series from Loupe. Through conversations with successful graduates, we discuss why photographic education works, how to get the most out of it, and where it can improve. Each graduate shares their advice for current students, and answers a guest question from a past tutor. The series aims to be a useful resource for students and educators alike, and promotes work from the most encouraging new photographers.

Curating Photography: An interview with Tim Clark

In a world saturated with imagery, the role of curator is becoming ever more vital. Curating Photography explores a changing industry, through conversations with those who shape what we see.

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