Street Photographer
Linda Wisdom

Linda is a professional photographer specialising in fine art urban and street photography for almost 10 years. She has been a part of many successful exhibitions including the London Photo Festival in Borough, Photo City London in 2017. Linda won ‘Best Street Life’ category with the British Life Photography Awards 2016 and was commended again in 2018, where her image was exhibited at the Royal Albert Hall. Her next group exhibition will be in Hull in October as part of the HIP Festival 2018.

Linda also hosts regular 1-2-1 and group workshops around the UK and overseas. More recently travelling to Porto, Portugal to complete a successful 3-day workshop.

Prints of her work sell to private collectors around the world, including 5 images of her art prints recently purchased by a famous 5-star London hotel.

Visit her website to explore her unique work and to keep up to date on her latest projects & workshops.

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Street Photographer
Dougie Wallace

Dougie is an award-winning British Street Photographer famed for his ‘Harrodsburg’ series, which won the Magnum Photographer Award in 2016 and had a number of images included as part of the Royal Academy’s 2018 Summer Exhibition, curated by Grayson Perry.

His photos have been published in Dazed, GQ, The Guardian, New York Times and more, and he is internationally recognised for his long-term social documentary projects and distinct style of expressive street photography.

Dougie’s next book ‘Shoreditch Themepark’ will be published by Dewi Lewis Publishing in March 2019.

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Street Photographer
Ronya Galka

Ronya was named as one of the ‘Top 10 British Street Photographers in 2015’ by the Interactive Design Institute, and was shortlisted for ‘Most Influential Street Photographers of 2016’.

Her fine art street photography has been exhibited at Liberty’s of London and the Pall Mall Gallery in London. It can be found in private collections around the world and has resulted in numerous publications and exhibitions over the past ten years. She was also a contributor to the book ‘The New Street Photographer’s Manifesto’ published by Illex Press. The common thread that runs through her images is that they are all dealing with human sentiments and ‘emotions fortes’ which make everyday life so magical: love, joy, sadness, friendship, solitude – feelings that we can all relate to.

Ronya loves sharing her passion for street & urban photography through teaching workshops and frequently speaking at public events – seizing every opportunity to help others find the beauty in the everyday.

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