February 2014

For our final month we’re delighted to welcome a panel of guest judges from London (and beyond)’s burgeoning art scene.

With our ethos of providing exposure to emerging, talented photographers, it seemed right to centre the final month on some of our young and home-grown art entrepreneurs. Our final month’s panel is comprised of Christine Santa Ana, Phil Anderson, Miriam Otterbeck, and Sebastian Richter, and is a celebration of London-focused talent, creativity and ambition.



Sebastian and Miriam hold the fort at theprintspace gallery in East London (our home for our upcoming inaugural exhibition). theprintspace offers a stunning modern gallery which has previously hosted the Professional Photographer of the Year Awards, Creative Review Photography Annual and the Hasselblad Masters. Miriam is also a talented freelance writer, and Sebastian is a gifted photographer in his own right.

Of the Afternoon

‘Of the Afternoon’ is the brainchild and passion of Phil Anderson. Each edition is a beautiful and considered body of work, as informative as it is attractive; with the first half of the magazine sharing work featured in pop-up exhibitions around the country, and the second half featuring interviews and studio visits with young photographers all over the world. It’s a labour of love and a masterclass in stunning image selection and tight editing.

Christine Santa Ana

Christine Santa Ana is a busy independent Curator with a background in photography. In 2011 she co-founded Underground Gallery, curating over twenty five exhibitions and working with many talented artists. Christine currently produces pop up exhibitions with Of The Afternoon, throughout cities in the UK. Her work is both fresh and timeless and her blog is well worth checking out for her sharp opinions and insider view.



Aaron Huey - November 2013

Aaron Huey is a photojournalist and documentary photographer. His photography appears regularly in National Geographic, The New Yorker, The New York Times and Smithsonian, among others. He has won multiple World Press Photo, POYi and National Geographic awards. He is a lecturer at Stanford University and a TED speaker.

Chris Buck - October 2013

Chris Buck is a Canadian-born photographer known for his distinctive portrait style. In 1990 he quickly established himself as a sought-after editorial and commercial photographer. Since that time, he has built an extensive list of clients that includes Microsoft7, Xerox, Mazda, GQ, Esquire and Guardian Weekend Magazine. In 2007, he was the first recipient of the Arnold Newman Portrait Prize.

Julia Fullerton-Batten - May 2013

Julia Fullerton-Batten, Germany/UK, has won the Fondation HSBC pour la Photographie award, L’Insense Photo, Sony World Photography Awards and Hasselblad Master in Fine Art, She has a permanent collection in National Portrait Gallery, London and Musee de l’Elysee, Switzerland.


Olivia Bee - April 2013

Brooklyn-based photography prodigy Olivia Bee is only 18 years old. She shot her first commercial campaign at the age of 14 for Converse. Throughout the past four years she has brought her young and carefree touch to commissioned works for high-end brand names like Levi’s, Nike and Hermes. Olivia has recently been listed as one of PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch.

Brian Finke - July 2013

Brian is a lecturer at the International Center for Photography, NYC and School of Visual Arts, NYC. Some of his selected collections are at Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris and World Press Photos, Amsterdam. Brian Finke is the author of 2-4-6-8: American Cheerleaders and Football PlayersFlight AttendantsConstruction. 

Alex Fradkin - September 2013

Alex Fradkin’s photographs reside in numerous private, public and corporate collections, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Photography , Museum of the City of New York, PortlandArt Museum among others. Alex is now teaching photography at the InternationalCenter for Photography in Manhattan.


Vincent Fournier - January 2014

Vincent Fournier is a fine-art photographer whose photographs of rockets, moon landscapes, and cosmonauts have enjoyed worldwide appeal since 2006. Represented by seven international galleries in Paris, Brussels, London, Milan, Tokyo, New York, and Los Angeles. He’s the author of two books, Tour Operator and Space Project.

Brooke Shaden - December 2013

Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer living and working in the Los Angeles area. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a story.

Mischa Haller - March 2013

Mischa Haller is a Swiss documentary and portrait photographer. He is represented by the L A Noble Gallery and has recently curated a large-scale billboard photography show in London entittled‘Re-Generation’ around the London Bridge station now home of the Shard tallest building in Europe.



Nirrimi Firebrace - June 2013

Nirrimi Firebrace got her first photography job at the age of 15 and rapidly won one international and two national photography awards. She flew to NYC to shoot an international campaign, her first one. Soon her images were on magazines, billboards in Times Square, trams & buses, airports, book covers and so on and so forth.

Chloe Aftel -  August 2013

Chloe Aftel is an editorial and portrait photographer with a keen sense for style and fashion. Her poetic, lifestyle minded and narrative images are full of life and have a sense of freedom. She has won a bunch of award including American Photo, PDN 30, International Photography Awards.