Myke Clifford

For over 30 years Myke was the Chief Photographer at the Faculty of Architecture and History of Art, University of Cambridge. During this time he oversaw and was involved in the transition from analog ‘wet photography’ into the ‘Digital realm’, he continues to be interested in older Photographic techniques. For many years Myke was involved in teaching Photography to visiting students during the summer vacation in Cambridge. Music and Painting have also play an important part in Myke’s world. Myke’s photography has been published widely in Architecture and Art Historical books and Journals.

Julia Hedgecoe

Julia Hedgecoe has always worked freelance. Early in her career she frequently contributed photographs to The Daily Telegraph and after she moved to Essex she worked for the Educational Supply Association, photographing children playing and working with their merchandise. Three of her most distinguished publications are Educating Eve (Cambridge University Press 1985) which was so successful that several of the photographs were exhibited and acquired by the National Portrait Gallery. No one had seen the one thousand bosses that decorate the vault of Norwich Cathedral 72 feet from the ground and Julia overcame the technical difficulties of photographing them and published them on CD and in Stories in Stone (Herbert Press and Thames & Hudson New York 1997, later A&C Black). In 2005 she has provided the photographs for In Good Company, which charts the distinguished actors and directors that have been associated with the Cambridge Arts Theatre. More recently she has concentrated on portraiture, most often for Cambridge Colleges.

Roy Hammans

Roy Hammans is a professional photographer with over 45 years experience. Aside from his professional activity he has been involved in community photographic projects and teaching throughout his career, as well as exhibiting his personal work in individual and group shows.

A past member of the Eastern Arts Board Photography Panel, he was a founder/director of The Cambridge Darkroom Gallery and has long been involved in photographic education and practice in the Eastern region. He presently runs the photographic website The Golden Fleece.