Daniel Loveday (b.1993) is a British documentary photographer born and raised in the Medway Towns. His main body of work looks at the landscape local to him and the lives that fill it, Medway is small cluster of towns and villages in Kent that is separated by the River Medway, the area lays an hour away from London and in recent years has gone under a vast change as a knock on affect from London's gentrification. Daniel has published and exhibited widely around Britain, his new book based on the towns Blue Mud and Chalk will be published later this year with Tyrocollective. He is also a graduate of photography at Canterbury Christ Church University. Outside of his personal practice, Daniel also works for the British Library as a Senior Imaging Technician currently digitising an archive focused on the Gulf Region which dates from earlier then the 1500's. The work he does with the British Library informs his approach with his personal practice finding inspiration within his day to day job. https://www.danielloveday.com/ Phone: 07484798345 Please contact for any enquiries Awards Portrait of Humanity, Winner BJP-2020 BL Lab Award.British Library-Hack Day 2019 #IBELONG18.Winners Gallery- PhotoEast 2018 Shoot The Face Finalist. Shoot The Frame 2017 Exhibitions 2020-21 Volume 7, Subjectively Objective. Detroit, US. Fools Paradise, Antics Publications. New York, US. Portrait of Humanity. Vol2 -Sent into Space. Capa Centre. Budapest. PhotoVille, New York, US. Indian Photo Festival, Hyderabad. The Print Swap. BBA Circle Gallery, Berlin. 2019 Dereks Room. Kent University, Canterbury. LIP 31st Exhibition. Espacio Gallery, London. Summer Exhibition. Nucleas Arts, Chatham. This is What I Want to Show You. The HorseBridge, Whistable. 2018 #IBELONG18. Photoeast. Ipswich. Gleaned. Burton Gallery, Broadstairs. Permanent Installation. Augustine House, Canterbury. Museum of Lost Minds. Pop up Gallery, Los Angeles & London. 2017 #91 Selects. Old Truman Brewery, London. LIP Annual Exhibition. Old Truman Brewery, London. Here's Looking at You! The Beaney, Canterbury. Parallax Art Fair. Chelsea, London. Gleaned. Burton Gallery, Broadstairs. FreeRange Shows. Old Truman Brewery, London. Graduation. Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury. 2014-2016 One Tenth of Everything. Pie Factory,Margate. here. Harbour Arm Gallery,Margate. The Art Of Interruption. Pie Factory,Margate. Workshops Cyanotype Workshop, British Library Pinhole Photography, British Library Features Volume 7, Subjectively Objective. Fleur and Arbor- Magazine Journal Of Grievances-Vol 3 Antics Publications Editors Pick -Portrait of Britain. BJP-2020 Portrait of Humanity. Book, vol.2/Sent into space Quarantined Light.Online Exhibition/zine You Are Alone Zine, Volume 1 MIRROR/IMAGE Open Call. Dear Dodge Life in the time of Coronavirus. BestPicture Interview with Kent Online. Kent Messenger PhotoGrad Online Gallery. Open Call 2020 British Analogue Collective. Sports themed Open Call 2020 2D&3D Conference 2019-Hack Day Rijks Museum Then There Was Us. On The Streets British Library. Digital Scholarship Blog Trip Magazine. Blue Mud and chalk Shoot the Frame. Annual 2017 Gleaned Catalogue AnotherPlace Magazine. Blue Mud and Chalk ShootFilm.UK.(Q&A) Blue Mud and Chalk Festive Cheer Submission. PhotoGrad Trip Magazine. Delicate Delinquents PhosMag. Delicate Delinquents fLIP Magazine. TDWTMTW Education BA(Hons)Photography Canterbury Christ Church2014-17 Artist in Residence The Margate School 2021
- Seaside Glory |bookAs package holidays ebb and flow like 2p machines, baby boomers will tell you they used to be satisfied with a seaside holiday on the coast of England. These antique places of neglect have a certain acquiescence that is captured in this work – reclaiming the rust and chipped paint as part of it’s character – indicative of the people that continue to work and visit them. Concerned with holding onto their culture for as long as possible, not moving with the future; stubborn in their stoicism - sel
- Delicate DelinquentsDelicate Delinquents is a body of work that observes the in-between state experienced by adolescents entering young adulthood, feelings of responsibility and identity through cultures , behaviour, style and the uniform they wear to the outside world. The collection is an account of the aesthetics choices by recycled cultures of the British youth and a comprehensive guide to their lifestyle and way of living, through a roller coaster of hormones and emotions, the highs and lows. Presenting a unique collection of portraits of distinctive individuals, their looks, their styles and their personal statements. Through capturing portraits of individuals within their natural surroundings, this work shows their tough exterior that they project when confronted, pushing the tension between the subject and the camera, breaking the false façade revealing a true image themselves. The boys are displayed in a vulnerable way which would ordinarily be denied. The work attempts to change outlooks towards a misunderstood culture.
Senior Imaging TechnicianThe British Library
London, United KingdomFull Time
Produce and post process digital images Provide support for the post processing and quality assurance activities of the studio Working closely with historic documents from the middle east Handling of historic and rare documents Using Capture One software and Phase One Camera's to produce imagery according to international imaging standards.
Freelance PhotographerDaniel Loveday
London, United KingdomFreelance
Daniel Loveday (b.1993) is a British documentary photographer born and raised in the Medway Towns. His main body of work looks at the landscape local to him and the lives that fill it, Medway is small cluster of towns and villages in Kent that is separated by the River Medway, the area lays an hour away from London and in recent years has gone under a vast change as a knock on affect from London's gentrification. Daniel has published and exhibited widely around Britain, his new book based on the towns Blue Mud and Chalk will be published later this year with Tyrocollective. He is also a graduate of photography at Canterbury Christ Church University.
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- Environmental Portraits
- Photography Portraiture
- Analogue Photography
- Event Photography
BA (Honors) photography 2:1
- Canterbury, United Kingdom