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Nicola Muirhead

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Nicola Muirhead is a Bermudian social documentary photographer and visual storyteller, specializing in long-form documentary projects and portraiture. Her work centers on themes related to identity and place, and how they are impacted and shaped by political, environmental and socio-economic factors. Works in progress also include exploring the relationship between image and text, constructing creative and poetic narratives using imagery and local literature of a community.

Nicola completed her Masters in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism at the University of Arts London and has been published widely in magazines and newspapers such as the BBC and National Geographic. She is a winner of multiple awards, including the Magenta Flash Forward award and the Creative Review Annual. Nicola is represented by Women Photograph, a private database that includes more than 650 independent women documentary photographers based in 91 countries. www.nicolamuirhead.com

Debbie Jolliff

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Debbie was born in Britain and has been a professional photographer since 2006. She studied Media Production and then onto achieve a Bachelor of Arts degree in Wildlife Photography. Debbie was awarded the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society’s Gold Medal for her floral Fine Art exhibit titled ‘The genus Galanthus’ and was a semi-finalist in the ‘Wild Places’ category of the BP Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Working in a broad range of photographic environments, from landscapes in the great outdoors to reptiles in the studio, portraits underwater to the unfolding events at weddings, she feels blessed to have met so many photographers willing to share and discuss what they are so passionate about and is keen to do the same for others. Debbie is interested in the approach that individuals take to create their imagery, being in that moment and the interaction of self and subject.
www.debbiejolliff.co.uk

Andrea Verganti

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Andrea completed his Masters in Photojournalism in 2009 and has since been working for NGOs in the UK and abroad taking pictures for their portfolio and editing their visual material. Additionally, he has been working on assignments and commissions for local institutions and the public sector.

Andrea has gathered experience facilitating workshops and classes while working on a wide range of themes for different organizations, which has led him to develop effective training methods and to value the precious contribution the students can bring to each session.

His interest lies in a humanistic approach to photography, he enjoys working on collaborative projects exploring social aspects and promoting social change. He is curious to investigate the possibilities offered by experimenting with different media using photographs as a platform to further discussion.

www.andreaverganti.com

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