BA (Hons) Photography Degree Show – Private VIew


The Gallery in Redchurch Street

50 Redchurch Street

London E2 7DP


Kishan Panchal

Pedro Paz Lopez, _un-tuned

Jonathan Pannetier, From the book SEA


Nadine Attzs

BA (Hons) Photography L3


Nadine Attzs uses photography to explore her family and the relationships that resound within that, the dissemination of these images act as a tool for a greater connection. “Having experienced feelings of disconnect during my life, therefore I look to my family for verification of who I am, to connect with someone. My notion of family is my identity.” Nadine is the recipient of the Symons-Hatton Award 2011.



Jonathan Pannetier

BA (Hons) Photography L3

I am fascinated by the idea of ‘Vagabond’, which is influenced by my multicultural background and upbringing.

My work is about the everyday relationship among the places, people and culture that I personally feel related to and unconsciously recognise. Also, it is a way to express my own perceptive and portrait how I feel, what we see and what we can’t see, question about the city and its inhabitants.

In my first major work ‘Billy Brown JR’, I documented the life of a sixty-year-old marginal man who suffers from mental illness, and has been looked after on a daily basis.

My next project is called ‘SEA’. Work made in Asia. One of my inspirations comes from my great grandfather’s anthropological publications about the former Indochina.



Michael Schmidt: Thoughts about my way of working (Camera, March 1979)