September 29, 2020
We would like to introduce ourselves and our specialisms with these wet plate portraits.
l-r Anna Sparham, Jo Gane and Philip Singleton. Wet Plate Collodion Portraits by Jo Gane
Jo Gane – Processes
Jo is an artist and educator with a practice that involves working with 19th Century and analogue photographic processes. A lecturer in photography, she also enjoys leading workshops in photographic processes for interested and excited families, school classes and adults. Jo aims to practice and share photographic processes with a wide audience through Developed in Birmingham.
Philip Singleton – Place
Philip’s background as an architect and his passion for the built history of Birmingham informs his photographic practice. His experience in the public realm and business skills are key to the guidance of Developed in Birmingham. He enjoys exploring how the built environment of the city intersects with the history of the people inhabit these spaces.
Anna Sparham – Past
Anna is a photography curator, photo historian and researcher. She has spent much of her career to date working with historic and contemporary photographic collections in the museum sector. Eager to get her teeth into researching this city’s rich photographic history Anna brings her experience in engaging with the photographic image, new and old, to Developed In Birmingham.