Discussing best practices for maintenance of a personal photographic archive.
Jeremy will discuss and show photographs of the recent work undertaken while preparing his collection of photography for acquisition by the prestigious photography archive at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Through this Focus Group we will discuss the building of a photographic archive, what is it and how to best to prepare, structure and maintain your work to help safeguard its preservation and maximise its potential.
The group will discuss organisation of the work, the importance of information and metadata in both analogue and digital collections, and the archival housing of negatives and prints, and discuss the desirability and importance of an overall searchable catalogue of the collection.
Jeremy has been a photographer for over three decades for editorial, NGO and corporate clients. His photographic archive consists of over 7,000 pages of negatives and more than 1... more
Jeremy has been a photographer for over three decades for editorial, NGO and corporate clients. His photographic archive consists of over 7,000 pages of negatives and more than 1 million digital images, with photographs of news, arts, and culture shot in over 100 countries. The photography has appeared in newspapers and magazines globally and has been exhibited widely
Through the Covid pandemic of 2020-2021, Jeremy worked under the guidance of a photographic curator to best structure, organise and catalogue his career’s photography.
In summer of 2021, the archive of his photographic career to date was acquired by the photography collection of the University of St Andrews, Scotland....less