Founded by four photographers from four countries, ANRA seeks to mix the traditions
of photojournalism with the opportunities of new media.
Classic storytelling, campaigning journalism, and creative ideas for newpapers and
magazines around the world. Whether we work together or alone, the research, care
and attention that goes in is something we believe in.
Members: Brynjar Gunnarsson, Francesco Alesi, Jesper Klemedsson
Documentography is an international collective of photographers working across the
fields of documentary, reportage, portraiture and fine art. The group was formed in
2000 and since then has grown and diversified, building on individual and group
successes. The group develops personal works as well as common projects tackling
a wide range of social, political, and cultural issues. The six documentography
photographers have won numerous awards and their work has been published and
Documentography believes in the fundamental power of images to communicate and
aims to exercise that power humbly, honestly and humanely.
Members: Guilhem Alandry, Anna Kari, Muzi Quawson, Magali Courouge, Eduardo Martino,
Latitude Photographers is a group of international, emerging artists working in
London. We have developed out of a cooperative response to debates within
contemporary photography. Defined by experimental enquiry, we are concerned with
personal aesthetics and artistic intentions. However, the ethos of Latitude is to
incorporate differences in approach while retaining the feel of a group response.
Members: Peter Ainsworth, Christian Alegria, Martin Bardell, Manuel Capurso, Heesung Chung,
Ania Dabrowska, Hannah Dakin, Ellie Davies, Caroline Furneaux, Vron Harris,
Jochen Klein, Richard Kolker, Katarzyna Lason, Issa Randall, Ariane Severin, Rita
Soromenho, Nick Stonehouse, Gillian Vaux, Marta Zagozdzon
Unseen is a collective of young contemporary photographers.
The group was founded in Spring of 2007 following a large group exhibition of the
same name. The benefits of working together, sharing resources and skills soon
became clear and Unseen was born.
A mix of ideas and styles is the key to the flexibility of the group dynamic. Unseen do
not share one particular approach to image making. We each have a unique style
and bring different skills and experiences to the group. What unites us is a
commitment to photography and the enthusiasm for bringing our work to audiences
from all over the world.”
Members: Sophie Booth, Thomas Clarke, Rachel Graves, James Homer, Alice Patient, Andrew
Twiggs, Luke White