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Metro Imaging Videos

  • Skins & Suedes: Owen Harvey

    As part of our Punk London series of exhibitions Metro is excited to be hosting Owen Harvey’s first solo UK exhibition, ‘Skins and Suedes’ in our FOH Gallery over June and July 2016. Young award-winning photographer Owen Harvey has collated the images for his exhibition from a four-year project, highlighting the current Skinhead and Suedehead subculture across the UK.

  • Unseen Waterloo: Sam Faulkner

    Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, 'Unseen Waterloo: The Conflict Revisited' features imaginary portraits of the soldiers who served at Waterloo, photographed on the field by Sam Faulkner, exploring how we remember the fallen from a time before photography was invented

  • LPA Futures Award 2015 - Judging Night

    Get an insiders view to the LPA Futures Award - want to know what the judges are looking for in a commercial photographer and how to be the next 'Future'? Watch on...

  • Made in Arts London - Rosa Harvest

    We catch up with Rosa Harvest, from Made in Arts London, discussing 'Capsule’ the third Made in Arts London annual independent exhibition, showcasing art and design from UAL students and recent graduates.

  • Close Up: Women in Photo - Jennifer Balcombe

    We speak to portrait and lifestyle photographer, Jennifer Balcombe about working in the photography industry and her latest project 'Brother', following the story of her sister becoming her brother.
    This is part of our 'Women in Photo' series in partnership with IdeasTap and Made in Arts, London.

  • Close Up: Women in Photo - Jessica McDermott

    We talk to portrait photographer, Jessica McDermott on working in the industry and her latest project 'Females of The Fringe'. 
    This is part of our 'Women in Photo' series in partnership with IdeasTap and Made in Arts, London.

  • An Interview with Jordi Ruiz Cirera

    Photographer Jordi Ruiz Cirera talks to us about winning the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2012 and how his time with the Mennonite communities in Eastern Bolivia attributed to the award.

    Jordi also explains his background and future projects.

  • LPA Futures Award 2013

    Owner and founder of LPA, Lisa Pritchard talks to us about the LPA Futures Award.

    The five winning photographers will be represented by the Lisa Pritchard Agency as a part of the two-year programme which aims to support and promote the next generation of commercial photographers, helping to kick-start a career in photography.


  • An interview with photographer Tim Flach about his latest exhibition 'More Than Human'.

    Tim Flach discusses his latest exhibition 'More Than Human' and his techniques and processes behind his iconic animal photography. 


  • We talk to photographer Tif Hunter and his use of Tintypes and Polaroids

    We speak to photographer Tif Hunter on his recent exhibition 'On Maltby Street' and his fascinating use of Tintypes and the wet plate process.

  • Stuart Freedman and 'The Art of Getting By'

    We talk to World press photographer Stuart Freedman on his latest project entitled 'The Art of Getting By’, which is being exhibited at the 8th Jersey Amnesty International Human Rights Festival. 


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