Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Current Issue


Source is overseen by a governing Board which is elected each year at our AGM.

Source is published by:

Photoworks North Ltd.
A Company Limited by: Guarantee NI 062234
Photoworks North is a registered charity.
Charity Registration Number: NIC100285
Charity Name: Photoworks North Ltd.

Current Board Members:

Paul Caulfield (Chair)
Kieran Connell (Vice Chair)
Jessica Caldwell
Mark Francis Fenning
Alex Majury
Ronan Marlow
Raymond Brian Newman

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Board Member Bios:

Paul Caulfield

Paul Caulfield is a Media Studies graduate from University of Ulster and currently works as Media Manager and Archive Researcher for BBC Northern Ireland Factual. Paul also worked as an Archive Researcher on the film 'Good Vibrations' and has a varied interest in Film and the Arts in Northern Ireland.

Kieran Connell

Kieran Connell is a lecturer in Contemporary British History at Queen's University Belfast. His research interests include photographic practice in post-war Britain, and he has curated a number of exhibitions of photography - most recently the 2016 retrospective of Janet Mendelsohn's photographs at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham.

Jessica Caldwell

Jessica Caldwell has experience across the arts and technology sector in Northern Ireland. Currently working for Kainos, she holds an MA in Arts Management and is a keen supporter of the arts across Ireland.

Mark Francis Fenning

Mark Francis Fenning is a lens based Artist and Digital Media Assistant for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen's University Belfast. His work explores Masculinity and Representation through analogue and alternative photographic processes.

Alex Majury

Alex Majury holds a BA (Hons) in Business Studies from Liverpool John Moores University. She spent a year in East Kilbride on an industrial placement with Freescale Semiconductor where she gained invaluable finance experience prior to leaving University. She joined Moy Park in 2013 as a Graduate Management Trainee in Finance enjoying varied and challenging placement opportunities whilst on the programme. She has since moved into a role as a Commercial Finance Analyst. Alex is currently a Management level CIMA student, studying with the Richard Clarke Academy. She is also a member of the 'Young Professionals on Arts Boards' professional development programme with Arts and Business NI. She loves a challenge, enjoys getting outdoors and has an interest in both photography and literature.

Ronan Marlow

Ronan Marlow is a solicitor with Forde Campbell LLC and specialises in intellectual property disputes as well as general commercial litigation. He is a graduate of Queen’s University, Belfast and the Institute of Professional Legal Studies. Ronan is a supporter of the Arts and took part in Arts and Business NI’s Young Professionals on Arts Boards programme in 2018. Ronan also has experience of performance in the Arts, having voice acted a number of characters in the TG4 cartoons Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and Rocket Boy and Toro.

Raymond Brian Newman is a photographer based in Belfast. He holds an MFA in Photography with Distinction from Ulster University, Belfast, 2016 and a BA (Hons) Visual Communication, 1st Class, Ulster University, Belfast, 1997. He exhibited at the Gallery of Photography as part of Reframing the Border in 2018 and at Remote Photographic Festival, Regional Cultural Center Letterkenny 2018. He is participating in the Gallery of Photography Ireland Artist in Residence programme in 2019.

Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Current Issue