© 2018 by Graham Franklin

ABOUT ME

I am a freelance photographer and artist living and working in the North of England. My passion for photography began at the age of 16, I would often be seen carrying my first camera, an Olympus Trip as advertised on TV by none other than David Bailey, a camera I still use on occasion to this day. I remain passionate about film photography and although I can be seen regularly clutching one of several film cameras in my possession, I have also added digital to my portfolio, as well as video equipment, used in the production of short films published on https://vimeo.com/user62574946

I also write regular articles on my blog  https://grahamfranklinblog.wordpress.com

I am a member of Map Collective.  We are a group of four photographers who met whilst studying for our MA in photography. We photograph and write about the Anthropocene. News and events can be found at; 

http://mapcollective.weebly.com

 

 

 

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Current Artwork

Small sample of current works

Abstract
Produced from a digital image of a passenger on the platform at Preston railway station. This was exhibited at the Hanover building Preston
Abstract
Produced from a digital image of a passenger on the platform at Preston railway station. This was exhibited at the Hanover building Preston
Untitled
Pastel Nude exhibited at the Harris Museum and Gallery
Encounter
Encounter represents a meeting where the viewer is left wondering if this encounter was romantic, or confrontational, exhibited at the Hanover building, Preston and Todmorden open studios
Encounter
Encounter represents a meeting where the viewer is left wondering if this encounter was romantic, or confrontational, exhibited at the Hanover building, Preston and Todmorden open studios
Untitled
Exhibited at the Tod Arts Show
Untitled
Exhibited at the Tod Arts Show
Paper Sculpture
Exhibited at Towneley Hall, Burnley
Paper sculpture
Exhibited at Towneley Hall, Burnley
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