Photograph by Jack Latham



Welcome to an evening of speed dating for photographers at Colonnade House- Creative Hub. Bring your portfolio along to this fast- paced event of reviews and feedback followed by drinks.

In quick succession, you will have your work reviewed by these reviewers and industry professionals.

Jack Latham is this years BPF Artist in Residence exhibiting at Colonnade House- Creative Hub in Worthing. Latham is the author of Sugar Paper Theories, which was shortlisted for the Paris Photo / Aperture and Krazna Krausz photobook awards. An exhibition of the same name was later long-listed for the Deutsche-Börse Photography Prize in 2017. Alongside his photographic work Latham is the founder of Divebar Printing, a photographic printing studio based in Brighton and his work has been exhibited and published internationally.

Barry Falk is a photographer based in Worthing. Falk is currently working on a long term project looking into the Jewish narrative in Poland and Ukraine, focused upon exploring the way in which collective memory of loss and trauma is held, framed and neglected. Falk is currently exhibiting Thresholds of the Mind, at the Regency Town House in Brighton. The project documents people and research being carried out at The Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science at the University of Sussex.

Sam Laughlin practice is concerned with a variety of forms and processes both natural and man-made. Much of his recent work focuses on natural processes and animal behaviour. Laughlin has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally, including at the at the Brighton Photo Fringe 2016 where he received the Danny Wilson Memorial Award, and more recently at Jerwood Space and Impressions Gallery. In January 2017 he was awarded the Jerwood/Photoworks award to fund the production of new work. He works mainly on artistic commissions, most recently for John Hansard Gallery and Towner Gallery.

Elin Karlsson is an artist and researcher based at UAL. Her work focuses on DIY, sexuality and the domestic environment. Karlsson works with writing and assemblage and often uses photography as a material when making sculptural work. In 2017 Karlsson exhibited The Best Mess at HUTT Collective in Nottingham and her work Made for Life, is currently shown at the Regency Town House in Brighton. Alongside her practise, Karlsson runs Jakob Kroon, a nomadic exhibition space and artist residency, and works on projects with national and international art festivals, including this years Brighton Photo Fringe.


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Image: Zoe, 2018 © Jack Latham