Visiting artist and photographers contribute  important to our studies within MADPPJ, offering  an understanding of photographic practice in all its varying contexts. We also share part of our lecture timetable with MA Photographic studies.

Previous lecturers have included :

Simon Norfolk

Photographer – On Photography


Bruno Ceschel

Book Publisher, Self-Publish be Happy – The Importance of the Self Published Book


Ben Burbridge

Dr. Ben Burbridge lectures in the history and theory of photography and postwar American and European art at the University of Sussex and curates contemporary photography. His writing has appeared in a number of books and journals, including Grafik and Philosophy of Photography.  He is the co-founder of Ph, Programme Curator at Photoworks and was Co-Editor of Photoworks magazine.


Hilary Roberts

Head Curator of Photographic content, Imperial War Museum – Women photographers working with conflict


Mark Neville

Mark Neville lives and works in London. He studied Fine Arts at Reading University, Berkshire (B.A.), Goldsmiths’ College in London (M.A.) and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam, Netherlands. As an artist he is known for working at the interface of art and documentary utilizing photography and films to capture the unique face of working communities.


Simon Roberts

Renowned landscape photographer Simon Roberts was invited to contribute to our May 2017 symposium, ‘Photography and the Future ‘ in May 2017


Kate Edwards

Guardian Saturday Magazine, Picture Editor – The Guardian Magazine and picture editing


Leonie Hampton

Photographer – On personal work


Chris Steele Perkins

Magnum, Photographer – On personal work


David Brittain

Reader/researcher, University of Manchester – The complications of Photography


Paul Hill

MBE, Photographer – Reviewing Major Project proposals


Clare Grafik

Senior Curator at The Photographers’ Gallery, London,   Clare was invited to contribute to our May 2017 symposium, ‘Photography and the Future ‘ in May 2017


Cristina de Middel

Photographer, Deutche Bourse Prize nominee – On personal work and looking at Major Project proposals


Dewi Lewis

Publisher – The Magazine Module


Juliette Hacking

Juliet Hacking is the program director of the MA in Photography (Contemporary and Historical) at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, and was previously Head of the Photographs Department at Sotheby’s, London.