Archbish in Liverpool

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) exhibition ‘Photography Matters’ is going to be opening at Calumet Liverpool on Tuesday evening. One of my pics (below), a portrait of the Archbishop of Canterbury in Birmingham, is part of the exhibition, which has already been on display in London.

More tea vicar? :: Birmingham November 2008

Redeye, the northern photographer’s network sent this out on email:

PHOTOGRAPHY MATTERS – EXHIBITION OF NUJ PHOTOGRAPHERS’ WORK

Calumet, Century Building, Summers Rd, Brunswick Business Pk, Liverpool L3 4BL

6-8pm, 24th November.
Free admission.

The National Union of Journalists has some 2,400 photographer and photojournalist members based in the UK and around the world. These photographers document life in Britain and the world today. Events as disparate as the shock collapse of Woolworth’s and the associated loss of 30,000 jobs and the continuing war in Iraq 50 images from 35 photographers – 50 separate moments in time. All are welcome at this event but you do need to pre-register.

To book visit:

http://www.calumetphoto.co.uk/ctl?ac.ui.pn=common.CalumetEventsDetail&ac.calendar.eventID=6877.

There is more info at http://www.standupforphotojournalism.org/photography-matters