Four Five Six Ward-Tucker
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Four Five Six Ward-Tucker

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Four Five Six Ward-Tucker

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Four Five Six Ward-Tucker is a photographer based in London, his primary medium is analogue photography. With a vast archive of photos spanning all areas of life, from the fast paced action of live music, to using his camera to tell stories through social documentary work. Having completed The Photography Foundation’s traineeship in mid-2022, Four Five Six went on to participate in 2023s inaugural cohort of the recent Reframe: Residency at The Southbank, with his work being featured in the Hayward Gallery Summer Exhibition. He has also collaborated with established brands such as Nike, Apple & Nicce, building a strong body of work rooted in capturing culture. Four Five Six further developed his practice and continues to explore themes such as displacement as a result of gentrification, documentation of subcultures within London and collaborating with musicians through film photography. Four five Six has continued to work with musicians, creating images for album artworks as well as exhibiting his socio-documentary work at collaborative exhibitions in London.
Projects
  • Southbank Centre’s REFRAME: THE RESIDENCY
    Southbank Centre’s REFRAME: THE RESIDENCYIn 2023 I was selected to be a part of the inaugural cohort of Southbank's Reframe; The Residency which is a residency for artists from black and mixed backgrounds. The project was a collaboration between the Southbank Centre and Apple. In our groups, we were assigned to produce a multi-screen installation piece for the unveiling of a new exhibition space within the Hayward Gallery. Our piece was called ‘SCAPE’ which explores the themes of an ever changing landscape, from living off the fat of
  • NICCE London F/W 23 BTS Video
    NICCE London F/W 23 BTS VideoI shot the BTS video for NICCE London’s Fall Winter Collection.
  • Native Fire Side Chats With Big Narstie
    Native Fire Side Chats With Big NarstieIn early 2023 I collaborated with Native, an organisation who provide unique experiences for students. This instalment was part of their fireside chats's series in which a special guest hosts a panel talk on subjects faced by students around the country. This talk focused on the themes of mental health.
  • Jules - Same Ole Jai -  Album Cover
    Jules - Same Ole Jai - Album CoverContinuing my collaboration with Jules, I was tasked with creating the album artwork for jules’ recently released EP ‘Same Ole Jai’. The Ep focuses on themes of jules’ upbringing in north-west london and his Caribbean heritage.
  • Jules - September Album Artwork + Still’s
    Jules - September Album Artwork + Still’sI worked alongside a creative team on the production of the visuals for the track ‘September’ by an artist known as Jules. Working alongside the director and videographer we created the music video as well as accompanying stills one of which is used as the album cover. IG: ARTIST: @LIFEOFJXLES DIRECTOR: @DRIPEISHA VISUALS: @ARMZY.ENT
  • Photoshoot With EricIV
    Photoshoot With EricIVI recently did a test shoot with rapper EricIV to try out some new lighting setups.
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Projects credited in
  • TPF TALKS with Judah Passow
    TPF TALKS with Judah PassowFor the first instalment of 2022’s TPF TALKS in January, a month that commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day, we used this event to amplify Judah Passow, a Jewish photographer, who focuses on displacement, identity & conflict within his work. We were delighted to have Judah speaking at this event, Judah has been working on assignments for American & European magazines and newspapers since 1978. Based in London, his work has been published extensively by leading newspapers such as The Guardian, Di
  • TPF TALKS with Tee Max
    TPF TALKS with Tee MaxIn February, in celebration of Black History Month (USA), we were delighted to be joined by photojournalist & cultural spokesperson, Tee Max. Tee Max started taking pictures through his love of Hip Hop in the 90’s; documenting many of the era's most celebrated and influential musical figures including, Prince, Nas, Outkast, Destiny’s Child and Erykah Badu, as well as some of the decades most important cultural moments and events. After ten years looking through the lens, Tee put down the ca
  • TPF TALKS - Movember with Ken Lam
    TPF TALKS - Movember with Ken LamTPF TALKS is a platform that amplifies under-represented voices to encourage the next generation of photographers and creatives to be part of the conversation, build their networks, and create space for themselves in the industry. Each month, we will amplify the voice of a different under-represented group and have: - Photographers talking about their work and sharing their journey into photography, focusing on representation - Networking with other photographers and creatives - An opportunity
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Work history
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    PhotographerDigit.FourFiveSix
    London, United KingdomFull Time
Skills
  • Photography
  • Photography Editing
  • Photography Shoots
  • Adobe
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Camera Raw
  • Mac OS
  • Mac
  • Instagram
Education
    Southbank Centre logo
    Southbank Centre logo
    Artist in residencySouthbank Centre
    London, United Kingdom
    I was one of 30 artists to be selected to be a part of the Southbank's Reframe Residency which is a residency in partnership Apple. The artist taking part in the residency work in the medium of photography, videography and music. All of whose working on a collaborative installation piece for an opening of a new space in The Hayward Gallery.
    The Photography Foundation logo
    The Photography Foundation logo
    TraineeshipThe Photography Foundation
     - London, United Kingdom
    In 2022 I completed The Photography Foundation’s traineeship, a Charity funded photography-based organisation that aims to educate photographers from underrepresented backgrounds. In the traineeship, we were shown all of the skills to run a successful studio as well as gaining hands on experience with using a wide range of professional equipment. During the course we had many established photographers come in and deliver in person sessions such as a workshop with Ken Lam on natural lighting and still life photography. The 6 month traineeship was split into two sections, the first three months of the traineeship we were set the individual task of creating a commercial brief. This consisted of; designing a treatment to send to our client, reaching out and forming a team to collaborate with, and ensuring on the smooth production of the whole shoot. For my project I chose to work with a selection of musicians to create content for promotional use on social media and music platforms. For the second half of the course, as a group we where tasked with creating a series of professional studio headshots for the staff of a charity called The Young Brent Foundation, as well as shooting a series of photos for the unveiling of their new community hub. In this we were given a budget to acquire all of the kit we would need to create a remote studio for the portraits, the equipment needed to shoot photos, the new location as well factoring in the cost of transporting all of the kit. The photos where displayed on banners at the launching of the new space. The program culminated in an exhibition of all of the work that we hand created during the traineeship, showcasing our newfound skills.