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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2011

Mark Terry

On the Ancholme

This work is an exploration of a river. Not a river of any great note but the River Ancholme, running for 20 miles, straight as an arrow, through open, unremarkable countryside from the hamlet of Bishopbridge in Lincolnshire to the South bank of the Humber. A man-made channel cut in the 17th century as a functional if not aesthetic improvement on the original river,- a narrow, meandering flow, prone to flooding. The river was also a transportation route of significance, moving goods through the heart of Lincolnshire and beyond. The technological intervention of man in the cause of flood control ensures an immunity to the vagaries of British weather, providing an ideal base for many leisure activities.

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Current Course:

University of Lincoln  MA in Digital Imaging and Photography

Graham Cooper • Mike Downing • John Hudson • Mark Terry • Michelle Walsh •

Courses:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

Central Saint Martins
Postgraduate Photography

De Montfort University
MA Photography

University College Falmouth
MA Photography

University of Lincoln
MA in Digital Imaging and Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photography

University of Sunderland
MA Photography

Sir John Cass School of Art, Media and Design, London Metropolitan University
MA Photography

University of Ulster
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

Pages:12

Landscape

Pages:1

Portraiture

Pages:1

Staged/Constructed

Pages:123

Urban/Suburban Landscape

Pages:1