Exposure: Lives at Sea - In Conversation

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Date and time: 
Tuesday 24 November | 6.30pm-7.30pm
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Free
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Free but advanced registration required | Members only

Join us for a panel discussion and Q&A with Director Paddy Rodgers, Exhibition Curator Laura Boon and photographers Peter Iain Campbell and Cezar Gabriel. 

After viewing some of their stunning images in our soon to open Exposures: Lives at Sea exhibition, hear from two of the photographers featured in the exhibition, Peter Iain Campbell and Cezar Gabriel.

Cezar Gabriel

Cezar is a chief engineer and a photographer, whose work has won international distinctions including the Excellence from Romanian Association of Photographic Art, Genius from Agile Photographic Society of Bangladesh and Qualified from Photographic Society of America. He said, ‘my relationship with the sea started about 21 years ago, and for the first 10 I collected only memories. And then I discovered photography, and my life changed. At home or at sea, the camera became a part of me, my eyes, my voice.’

Peter Iain Campbell

Since 2014, commercial photographer Peter Iain Campbell has been working on long-term documentary projects on drilling rigs in the North Sea, including photography projects Starlings on Fire. For the last two years, he has continued to explore the changing nature of the offshore oil and gas industry by documenting the remaining production platforms and drillings rigs throughout the Scottish sector. He has been a finalist in the Scottish Portrait Awards in 2017, 2019 and 2020.

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