Services offered by the Photography Research Group
We work with members to develop research ideas and support the process of writing proposals to win funding. We run tutorials for members to develop their current projects, and organise for members to give talks and events to disseminate their research. We also encourage multidisciplinary partnership working through our Photographic Dialogues scheme.
We are keen to collaborate with external organisations on
research projects using photography as a visual method of
Our members have a broad range of knowledge and expertise, and are interested in collaborating and forming partnerships to explore topics from multiple perspectives.
To get involved with the research group please contact us.
Photographic Dialogues Scheme
We encourage multidisciplinary partnerships to be formed, to
develop new conversations and ideas with the aim of inspiring
future research projects, exploring the role of photography in all
aspects of society.
We do this by linking two or more experts from different disciplines together, (for example – a landscape photographer to work with an architect), to see what new types of conversations happen and knowledges explored.
The ethos of these interactions is through a multidisciplinary methodology, meaning we are interested in the how the experts bring their distinct subject knowledges to the table, and use the interactions to strengthen and develop new understandings of their own subject areas as a result.
These interactions are documented through our Photographic Dialogues series.