I work with photography and video, to tell stories about who we are and how we understand each other. I shoot promos, documentaries, events and campaigns for arts, education, research and social innovation clients. I also teach and facilitate collaborative and participatory projects. If you’d like to work together, I’d love to hear from you.



Sixteen years old – When I noticed that I was more interested in the shadows falling on my text book, through the leaves outside my bedroom window, than revising. Nineteen years old – when six months worth of film rolls were stolen on a bus in Tanzania; my records of trying to teach English, make friends, and still my spinning young mind long enough to comprehend this beguiling place. Twenty one years old – when my students days turned into weeks and months spent in the parallel time zone that is the colour darkroom. Mid 20s – shooting babies, formative photos almost missed, the crucial validation of getting paid to make pictures … and onwards through endless joys, frustrations and compromises … to my most important moment … 29 years old – when my camera helped me to say goodbye to my wonderful dad, and to share our story of love and loss.



The Guardian, The Southbank Centre, The NHS, BBC, Google, The Photographers Gallery, Microsoft, Hackney Museum, London Sinfonietta Orchestra, Surestart, Creative & Cultural Skills, National Skills Academy, Fierce Festival , Battersea Arts Center, Bigga Fish , London International Festival of Theatre, P&O Ferries, Shoreditch Trust, Counterpoint Arts, Platforma Arts, The Refugee Network, Maslaha, Sport England, Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts.



The Guardian, The Independent, The Observer, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Financial Times, El Mundo, Die Zeit, British Journal of Photography, Time Out, BBC online, MTV online,  Foto8.com, Loupe magazine.


Life:Moving, a collaborative project, MAC, Birmingham UK, 2017
Muslim Girls Fence, WOW Festival, Southbank Centre, London 2016
Encontros Da Imagem, Emergentes – Theatro Circo, Braga Portugal 2013
Lambeth Treasures – Royal Festival Hall, Spirit Level Gallery, London 2013
Photo Annual Awards Exhibition, Teplice Spa, Czech Republic 2013
Fugitive Images, with Photomonth – Haggerston Estate, London 2012
The Bar Tur Award  –  Chelsea College of Art, London 2012
World in London, by The Photographers Gallery – Victoria Park, London 2012
Lives of Others, with The London Festival of Photography, London 2012
Overexposed City, with The 189 Collective – Apiary Studios, London 2010
The Ian Parry Award show – Getty Images Gallery, London 2010
Fresh Faced and Wild Eyed – The Photographers Gallery, London, 2010
28 Stories – Gallery Provocations, London College of Communication, 2009
Land of Kings – Arcola Theatre, London, 2009
Photo East group show – Truman Brewery, London, 2000



UCL Culture/ Trellis funding for interdisciplinary collaboration,  2020
Understanding Unbelief public engagement documentary funding 2018
Arts Council, development funding for Love in Translation, 2015
Arts Council/ British Council, AID funding for Lagos Photo residency, 2014
Encontros Da Imagem, Emergentes festival – Finalist, 2013
Photo Annual Awards  – Honourable mention, 2013
Bar Tur Award – Overall winner, 2011
Webby Awards – People’s choice winner, 2011
Magenta Foundation Flash Forward awards – Winner 2010
Julia Margaret Cameron Award – Finalist, 2010
American Photographer 26 awards – Chosen entrant, 2010
Artists Wanted, The Power of the Self awards – Finalist, 2010
Triodos Bank, Social Enterprise Award – Winner, 2009



Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography (with Distinction).
London College of Communication, 2009.


All images © Briony Campbell 2020