‘Picturing the Polder’ from DRAINED (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2018)
Francis Hodgson is Professor in the Culture of Photography at the University of Brighton. Highly respected as a writer and commentator on photography, he was previously photography critic at the Financial Times, and Head of Photographs at Sotheby’s, London. Francis was a co-founder of the leading photography prize the Prix Pictet.
‘Looking for belonging through the Fens’ from fLIP Magazine (Spring 2019)
Tim butcher is a social documentary photographer, organisational ethnographer and deputy editor of fLIP Magazine.
‘Constructing Fate’ : Paul Hart’s Farmed Landscapes from FARMED (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2016)
Collier Brown is a poet, photography critic, and literary scholar. He holds a PhD in American Studies from Harvard University & an MFA in Poetry from McNeese State University. He is founding editor of Od Review and coeditor of both 21st Editions (Cape Cod) and Edition Galerie Vevais (Germany).
Poetry of Place : Rooted in the English Landscape from LENSCULTURE (February 2018)
Alexander Strecker was managing editor at Lens Culture for over four years and is currently a PhD Candidate at Duke University, North Carolina.
Farmed Review from PHOTOMONITOR (November 2016)
Simon Bowcock writes about photography for publications including The Guardian, frieze and Harper’s Bazaar Art and is co-founder of Hobo Photo(Manchester, UK).
‘Meetings with Unremarkable Trees ; The Photography of Paul Hart’ from TRUNCATED (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2008)
Gerry Badger is a photographer and photographic critic. He has written extensively for the photographic press and has curated a number of major exhibitions as well as contributing to books on photography, exhibition catalogues and magazines worldwide.