Anne Campbell – Staff work published

Darkroom photographer Anne Campbell is to have her work included in Massachussetts based publication Paper Safe.


The biannual magazine dedicated to analog photography showcases current and critical photographic work from around the world. Each issue focuses on a single subject matter, pairing the photography with current and reflective texts to help broaden the discourse and provide context for the current issues regarding that subject matter and photography.

“Papersafe is committed to creating an inclusive and intersectional publication, which we hope furthers, or at least continues, the crucial dialog about the need for diversity within the medium of photography (and art in general).”

Each edition is limited  to 100 copies with the publication being available from a select number of stockists as well as a number of art and book fairs.

early anthropocene

Issue seven titled “The Wild” will include several images from Gray’s staff member Anne Campbell, Anne who has exhibited widely maintains a diverse darkroom based photography practice. Specialising in traditional and experimental darkroom processes she creates her evocative work using a variety of processes ranging from Lith chemistry, Mordancage, Bromoil, Infrared and Pinhole. Recent projects have explored the landscape of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, she has also combined this imagery with text in a series of hand bound books.

Anne runs the photographic darkrooms here at Gray’s School of Art and also teaches on alternative photographic processes as a short course.

To find out more visit:
Paper Safe’s Website and Facebook as well as Anne Campbells Website

Paper safe issue 7 anne campbell

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