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Lucy Jane Purrington

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Lucy Jane Purrington

Lucy Jane Purrington IN CONVERSATION WITH Paul Cabuts
Pontypridd, June 2019

Lucy Jane Purrington YN SGWRSIO GYDAG Paul Cabuts
Pontypridd, Mehefin 2019

Aled Rhys Hughes speaking at Ffotogaleri y Gofeb in Machynlleth during a John Blakemore event in March 2019. Image © Brian Carroll

Aled Rhys Hughes speaking at Ffotogaleri y Gofeb in Machynlleth during a John Blakemore event in March 2019. Image © Brian Carroll

Lucy Jane Purrington is a Rhondda-based Artist whose photographic work most often takes on a surreal quality. Her ongoing self-portrait project focusses on themes of identity and mental health whilst at the same time exploring photography as a means of visual storytelling.
Her work has been published in numerous magazines.

Ffoton are delighted to feature Lucy and her work and are grateful to both Lucy and Paul Cabuts for recording this conversation.



See below for a small selection of Lucy's work, reproduced here on Ffoton with kind permission of the photographer.

Yma ar Ffoton trwy garedigrwydd y ffotograffydd fe welwch gasgliad bychan o'i waith isod.

View more of Lucy's work on her website www.lucypurrington.com
Follow her work on Instagram @ljpurrington_art

Gallery images © Lucy Jane Purrington and used with permission of the photographer.
Podcast banner images © Brian Carroll

Topics covered in the conversation:
Barbara Kruger - www.barbarakruger.com
Sherman Theatre - www.shermantheatre.co.uk
John Cage - In a Landscape (via Spotify)
Ian Walker - City Gorged with Dreams: Surrealism and Documentary Photography in Interwar Paris (Amazon)


Please note: Comments or views made by interview participants are their own and are NOT necessarily the views of the Ffoton Wales team.
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Joanne Coates

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Joanne Coates

JOANNE COATES IN CONVERSATION WITH EMYR YOUNG
Haverfordwest, January 2019

JOANNE COATES YN SGWRSIO GYDAG EMYR YOUNG
Hwlffordd, Ionawr 2019

Ffoton’s Emyr Young in conversation with Joanne Coates - a documentary photographer and founder of Lens Think - a new Social Enterprise based in the north of England promoting diversity in the creative arts. Lens Think organises socials and pop-up exhibitions in locations in and around Yorkshire and helps share artist opportunities.

As a working photographer, Joanne is interested in working life and class inequality - a topic she is passionate about in the profession of photography and evident in her varied portfolio of personal and commissioned work. Her work has been published by Vice, the BBC, The Telegraph and The Guardian.


See below for a small selection of Joanne's work, reproduced here on Ffoton with kind permission of the photographer.

Yma ar Ffoton trwy garedigrwydd y ffotograffydd fe welwch gasgliad bychan o'i waith isod.

Panorama Gallery

View more of Joanne's work on her website www.joannecoates.co.uk
Follow her current adventures on Instagram @joannercoates and Twitter @JoanneRCoates

Gallery images © Joanne Coates and used with permission of the photographer.
Banner image © Emyr Young


Please note: Comments or views made by interview participants are their own and are NOT necessarily the views of the Ffoton Wales team.
See our Terms page for more details.

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Claire Thomas

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Claire Thomas

Ffoton talk with self-taught photojournalist Claire Thomas who travels the world capturing images that document human rights issues and conflict zones.

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Jill Furmanovsky

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Jill Furmanovsky

Ffoton talks with the celebrated lady of rock photography and founder of Rockarchive - the very lovely Jill Furmanovsky.

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Sian Trenberth

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Sian Trenberth

Ffoton talks with Siân Trenberth, one of the most respected people photographers in Wales. Based in Cardiff, she photographs performers, creatives, families and business people in a classic, natural and atmospheric style. Siân is interviewed by long-time friend and fellow photographer Glenn Edwards.

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Marian Delyth

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Marian Delyth

Marian Delyth has worked as a freelance photographer and designer from her studio in Blaenplwyf since 1982. After college she worked in an advertising studio before returning to teach in Coleg Ceredigion. Her work can be seen in numerous publications and she has won numerous awards for her work.

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Rebecca Thomas

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Rebecca Thomas

Ffoton speaks with student Rebecca Thomas on her passion for photography, music, portraits, being mentored by 'Welshman in New York' Chalkie Davies and her photography journey so far.

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