SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR
Eleanor was previously the Deputy Editor of Professional Photographer magazine and is a leading commentator on the growth of social media. She has been involved in publishing and journalism for over ten years.
EDITORS AT LARGE
Originally a singer in the seminal punk band The Skids, Richard then became a TV presenter before becoming a film director, producer and screenwriter. He has directed several films including Sixteen Years of Alcohol in 2003, The Purifiers in 2004 and A Woman in Winter in 2005. He is a leading voice and activist in the world of convergence (shooting moving image on DSLR cameras) and will begin directing the follow up film to the cult Quadrophenia later this year. Richard will have a monthly column within Hungry Eye titled The Convergence Chronicles.
Jonathan is a professional photographer and lecturer as well as the driving force behind and founder of Phonar the world’s first open community photography degree platform. This has lead to him becoming an internationally recognized spokesman for the future of arts education.
Tim is a self confessed Kit Geekfilm maker and photographer. He established his own video production company Cordial AV over ten years ago and since has produced work for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky.
South London born Jake has been based in New York for over ten years and is considered to be one of the most creative portrait photographers working today. He has now begun shooting films.
After completing a Geography degree and a NCTJ in photojournalism Dan Chung went on to work for the Derby Evening Telegraph, News Team Birmingham and Reuters, and is now a staff photographer at The Guardian. Dan is particularly acclaimed for his work in Iraq in 2003, in Indonesia following the tsunami in 2004, and in Pakistan in aftermath of the earthquake in 2006. Having embraced the possibilities of the moving image early on in the development of HDSLR filmmaking technology he is now a leading figure in the world of documentary filmmaking.
London based David has created award winning images for Jamie Oliver for over ten years and is one of the busiest and most successful photographers working in the lifestyle genre today.
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Cinematographer Geoff has shot films including About a Girl,The Mutant Chronicles, The Dark Country, Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li and Wallander. An early experimenter with digital technology he shot his first 3D movie in 2007. His workshops have won awards from SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), BKSTS (British Kinematograph, Sound & Television Society)and the BSC (British Society of Cinematographers).
Zoe is a Filmmaker and Photographer based in London. Having studied a Foundation in Art & Design, she went on to graduate from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) in Design and Art Direction. After graduating, Zoe joined SHOWstudio following a recommendation from Creative Director and Graphic Designer Malcolm Garrett. Zoe started her career by working as First Photographic Assistant to photographer Nick Knight.
New York based photographer Andrew has been a leading advocate in the use of social media to develop his career. His Whats the Jackanory is a winner in the prestigious LIFE 2011 Best Photo Blogs awards.
Peter is an award winning photojournalist based in London whose humorous â€˜tweetingâ€™ has led to him compiling the hugely popular â€˜Dench Diary: The Diary of a Sometime Working Proâ€™.
Born in Glasgow and now based in New York. David is not only an acclaimed film maker he is also an award winning and internationally exhibited photographer.
Based in London Chris’ portrait work appears in many of the worlds leading magazines. He is also an enthusiastic adopter of convergence and now finds himself creating both still and moving images for most of his commercial clients.
Peter started his career charting the music industry of the Seventies and the rise of Punk. Since then he has become a widely respected journalist and writer and his book Filthy English was published in 2010. Peter is an informed and original thinker whose monthly column One More Shot will feature in Hungry Eye.
Clive is a visual thinker with a graphic designer background. Based in London his photography and film making is in great demand by an impressive collection of international fashion and beauty brands.