MSOP Tutor profiles

Howard Barlow






 

 

Paul Wolfgang Webster

 

Paul Wolfgang Webster

Paul Wolfgang Webster has spent 28 years working in film and digital for clients in the USA, Europe and throughout the UK. From his first exhibition in New York, Fashion magazine AFM, Clubbing magazine Blue Planet, Portraits in The National Portrait Gallery, permanent collection London. 
Paul Studied photography at Bradford University, went to New York in his second year for 3 months completing an exhibition with American Photographer Edith Skinner.  This visit led Paul to produced street photography in New York 1992 to present day resulting in a 15 year photographic Street project. Paul has a published book "Made in the North" featuring iconic collection of Northern portraits. Paul is a portrait photographer with a passion for people be it, corporate, famous, street or studio. Paul's experience, knowledge and expertise tuition are being delivered in workshops, talks and courses.
www.wolfgangwebstergallery.com

Howard Barlow

Howard Barlow is a much sought after photojournalist. For over 30 years he has worked regularly for The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Independent. Howard has picked up numerous photographic awards including Newspaper Photographer Of The Year and Industrial Photographer of the Year. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, and past Chairman of their Documentary and Visual Journalism Distinctions Panel. 

Howard began his career photographing the bands of the 70's and 80's with regular publications in NME, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone Magazine. His iconic images of The Ramones, Queen, Blondie and Iggy Pop are still regularly published around the world via Getty Images. In recent years his music commissions have included Elbow, Rufus Wainwright, Everything Everything and Foals.First and foremost, Howard is a photojournalist with a great passion for Street photography and now sharing all this experience and expertise with others through workshops, courses and talks.
www.howardbarlow.com