About

Laura Brown

London-based events and fine art photographer

Taking photographs has been a passion, hobby and an occasional occupation of mine for over ten years. It has inspired many other interests and led me on some incredible adventures, particularly in the catacombs and quarries under Paris, as well as caves and underground spaces across the UK and Europe. My photographs have most recently been published on National Geographic,  bbc.com and in Robert Macfarlane’s ‘Underland’.  I also love shooting portraits and have had work exhibited at a  number of London venues in the last year. I usually have a project on the go and always enjoy meeting new people, so if you’d like to hire me for a shoot or to work with me on a project – or would like to purchase one of the photos on my website – please get in touch with me via my ‘Contact’ page. 

 

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Exhibitions:

Summer Salon
July 2018
Candid Arts Trust

The Nude
June 2018
Candid Arts Trust

Erotic Art London
April 2018
Copeland Gallery

Transparency and the City: Public Spaces or Forgotten Places?
June 2010
Alan Baxter Gallery
London Festival of Architecture

Projects:

The Barenaked Caving Calendar (2013), as featured on the Mail Online, the New York Daily News and various regional and consumer publications. The project raised over £900 for the South & Mid Wales Rescue Team and Yorkshire’s Cave Rescue Organisation.

Commissions:

Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK)

Waterloo Quarter

Regenology Ltd

Aperture Tours

Awards:

Hidden Earth 2012 Photo Salon: Digital Image Category (two merits awarded)