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THINKING THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

CONSTITUTION & BOARD MEMBERS


Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Current Issue

Constitution:

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:

Jessica Caldwell (Chair)
Kieran Connell (Vice Chair)
Savannah Dodd
Mark Francis Fenning
Adaeze Ihebom
Leah Kirkwood
Ronan Marlow
Raymond Brian Newman
Kate O'Neill

Compliance with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland Annual reporting legal requirements:

Source is a registered charity with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (Charity Registration Number: NIC100285). We report annually to the Commission on our charity’s finances, resources and activities. We complete and submit an online annual monitoring return form, attaching the charity’s Accounts and Trustees' Annual Report. The Commission makes copies of accounts and reports submitted by registered charities publicly available on each charity’s register entry.

Code of Governance (PDF) ▸

Board Member Bios:

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.

Kieran Connell

Kieran Connell (Vice Chair) 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.

Savannah Dodd

Savannah Dodd is the founder and director of the Photography Ethics Centre. She is pursuing her PhD in anthropology at Queen’s University Belfast examining the ethics of archiving photographs in post-conflict societies. In 2020, her edited volume titled Ethics and Integrity in Visual Research Methods was published by Emerald Publishing Group. Savannah also maintains her own creative practice in photography.

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.

Adaeze Ihebom

Adaeze Ihebom is an Italian Nigerian artist, born in Rome in 1990. After graduating from the Istituto D’Arte Venturi Modena, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Photography at Ravensbourne University in London and completed her Masters in Photography Art at Westminster University. She is currently a Photo Library Assistant and an Independent Artist.

Leah Kirkwood

Leah Kirkwood is a Chartered Accountant (ACCA) working within the charity sector. She is a member of the 'Young Professionals on Arts Boards' programme with Arts & Business NI. An accountant from a family of creatives, she is a keen supporter of the arts in Northern Ireland.

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.

Kate O'Neill

Kate O'Neill has worked across the visual arts industries in both the UK and Ireland for the past 15 years carving out a multifaceted career with a dedicated focus on photographic exhibitions, art fairs, mentorship and print processes. This combined with a core belief that art and expression of art should be accessible to all and used as a universal tool has enabled her to utilise her skills in social engagement and professional development via exhibitions, talks, reviews and workshops. Additionally, her roles with The Visual Loop, Life Framer, Metro Imaging and Brighton Photo Fringe have enabled her to achieve large-scale projects, events and collaborations with leading organisations and established artists.

Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Current Issue