Acting Director and Head of Programmecelia@photoworks.org.uk
Celia Davies is a curator, editor and producer.
As Head of Programme at Photoworks, she oversees the devising and delivery of the artistic programme.
Celia was previously Head of Exhibitions at the De La Warr Pavilion from 2002-2009. She has devised numerous contemporary solo and group exhibitions and major commissions of new work, profiling both international and UK based artists. More recent projects include co-curating Brighton Photo Biennial 2012, Brighton Palermo Remix by David Batchelor for Brighton Festival (2012), This Storm is What We Call Progress by Ori Gersht (2012), Imperial War Museum, London and curated projects include Myth, Manners and Memory: Photographs of the American South including Walker Evans, William Eggleston, William Christenberry, Carrie Mae Weems, Susan Lipper and Alec Soth (2010), Beuys Is Here co-curated with Anthony d’ Offay (2009), Kenneth and Mary Martin, Constructed Works (2008) and Jeremy Deller (2006). Commissions include Mumuration Rinko Kawauchi and Brighton Picture Hunt Alec Soth (2010) Seascape Susan Collins (2009), Palace Nathan Coley (2008), It Starts From Here (2007), Motion Path Graham Ellard and Stephen Johnstone (2006) Variety including Brian Catling, Daria Martin, Mark Wallinger and Boyd Webb (2005) and Bridget Smith (2005). She has been editor and contributing writer for numerous visual art publications including the influential Photoworks Monographs series, co-published with Steidl; Dan Holdsowrth, Gareth McConnell, Sophy Rickett and Nigel Shafran. She is co-editor of Photoworks journal, visual art advisor for HOUSE festival and a trustee of Blast Theory.
Deborah has over ten years experience working in arts and photography. She previously worked at the Serpentine Gallery as Print Sales Manager and as Project Co-ordinator on various projects since 2002. She has also worked in the studios of artists and photographers, such as Antony Gormley and Tim Flach. Deborah studied photography at University for the Creative Arts Farnham and practices in her spare time.
Deborah joined Photoworks at the beginning of 2012 and is responsible for the general management of the organisation.
Sales & Marketing Managerhelen@photoworks.org.uk
Helen joined Photoworks in 2005 from her position as Marketing and Project Co-ordinator at 24 Hour Museum (now Culture24). Prior to this she was Head of Sales for the art publisher King and McGaw. Helen graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in Art History.
Helen oversees the distribution, marketing and sales of our publications, manages our communications and media relations and contributes to the overall marketing of the organisation.
Juliette is responsible for developing the education & participation programme for Photoworks, and has worked with Brighton Photo Biennial since its inception in 2003, being responsible for devising and implementing its successful education programme, which included securing funding for all projects.
Juliette has over fourteen years experience of working in the visual arts education sector with a strong track record in fundraising, multi-agency project management, and evaluation. She has qualified teaching status (PGCE Art & Design), and a PG Certificate in Arts Management.
Programme Curator, Co-Editor Photoworks email@example.com
Dr. Benedict Burbridge holds degrees in Art History from the University of Sussex (B.A. Hons., M.A.) and The Courtauld Institute of Art (Ph.D.). From 2008 he held the position of Visiting Lecturer at The Courtauld Institute, before joining the University of Sussex in 2011, where he lectures in the history and theory of photography and post-war American and European Art. Ben is the co-founder of Ph, an AHRC-funded network of more than thirty early career academics working with photography.
Ben has written widely on photography and its histories for a range of journals, magazines, books and catalogues. Recently curated exhibitions include We Are Witnessing the Dawn of an Unknown Science (Permanent Gallery, Brighton, 2007); No Passaran! Robert Capa and the Spanish Civil War (Charleston Farmhouse Gallery, Firle, 2007) and The Daily Nice Take Away (Kunsthaus, Essen, 2010).
Ben has worked with Photoworks in various capacities since 2003, most recently as Programme Curator and Co-Editor of Photoworks magazine.
Digital Project Consultantnatalie@photoworks.org.uk
Natalie Lloyd is a Digital Consultant, international Editor and Journalist and Producer of TEDxBrighton. Having studied BA Commercial Photography at the Arts University at Bournemouth, Natalie went on to work in consultancy and marketing in New York and the South of France. She is a founding Editor of AppleJuice, an online magazine dedicated to showcasing new talent across art, music, film and fashion.
Digital Product Managerkevin@photoworks.org.uk
Kevin Beck is a Digital Designer and Front-end Developer. Founder of the Photobook Show and independent publishing company, Bottling Fruit. Kevin joined Photoworks in May 2012.