Kevin McGarry

Freelance - GigaPan Photographer - Digital Researcher

  • LevelSenior
  • LocationGlasgow, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsArtist - Director of Photography - Researcher


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About me

I worked as a Senior lecturer in a various art colleges in the UK and in Canada at Emily Carr Institute of art and design. I have completed several residencies at the Banff Centre, Alberta and The Booth in Shetland, I mostly work in photography and projection. My BA is in Fine Art with specialist in Printmaking, I developed new methods of combining graphite drawings and silkscreen printing. I have worked as a freelance photographer for 33 years covering a range of International events and studio work. I was commissioned to capture the Glasgow 2014 Games with a GigaPan Panoramic image. I also work for Sir Mo Farah, Sir Chris Hoy and a range of well known sporting figures. I also was the Access and Education co-ordinator for the Folkestone Triennial in 2008.

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  • Action Photography
  • Event Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Printmaking
  • Projection
  • Art Teaching
  • Academic Research
  • Team Building

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    University of Chester


    Work history


    Senior Lecturer

    University of Chester

    Jan 2007 - Apr 2008
    • Chester, United Kingdom
    • Full Time
    • BA Fine and MA - art Tutor



    Master of Research (MRes) Design

    The Glasgow School of Art

    Oct 2011
    • Glasgow, United Kingdom
    • Research course in preparation for a Phd.


    Oct 2010 - Oct 2011
    • Glasgow, United Kingdom
    • Research work into digital touch screens for disabled artists, photographers and printmakers.


    Jul 2003 - Jul 2005
    • Vancouver, Canada
    • Research post - Digital and traditional printmaking.


    Masters Degree in Graphic Arts

    Kent Institute of Art and Design

    Oct 1992 - Oct 1994
    • Canterbury, United Kingdom
    • MA course involving new and traditional graphic media.