About Neil Spence
Born in Leeds, Yorkshire, I studied a Foundation in Art at Leeds College of Art in and when on to do a degree in Visual Communication at Bath.
After graduating I moved to London to work as a photographer. I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked with and photographed some of the most exciting and talented people in Britain today.
Photography is an extraordinary medium which allows us to express our imagination and creativity.
For me it is beautiful and a part of my every day.
Exhibitions and Awards
Exhibition: Reflets d’âmes, St Ciers du Taillon, France August 2019
Awarded Bronze at the Moscow International Foto Awards 2019
Awarded Honours in the 2019 International Color Awards
Exhibition: Portrait of Dame Shirley Williams selected for the Portrait Salon 2018.
Exhibition: Portrait of Roy Hattersley selected for the Portrait Salon 2017.
Awarded an Honourable Mention in the Lucie International Photography Awards 2016
Exhibition: Portrait of Don McCullin selected for the British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain 2016
Exhibition: Portrait of Kenn Dodd in the Portrait Salon 2015, The Embassy Tea Gallery, London and The Reminders Photography Stronghold Gallery, Tokyo (February 2016).
Exhibition: Visages Égarés, Visages Croisé, Amicable Cafe, St Fort Sur Gironde 2013
Exhibition: Où Vivre Sinon, Cloîtrés des Carmes Jonzac, France 1999
Exhibition: Blow Up, TIPP, Blackheath, London, 1998
Exhibition: The Uninvited, Blackheath, London, 1997
Exhibition: Homelessness, F Stop Gallery, Bath 1990
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