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The Milton Keynes Project

        The MAP6 photographic collective explore the complex relationship between people and place. Every year the group spends time together to photograph and present curated exhibitions and publications. MAP6 were drawn to Milton Keynes 50th birthday to celebrate its community, architecture and the realisation of the town planners dreams. The plan for […]

Onca Gallery | Brighton Photo Fringe

                  This was one of our busiest exhibitions so far and it was really exciting to see how the public engaged with the work and ideas behind the project. The visitors book is full of praise for the quality of the pieces, curation and execution of the […]

Peckham 24 | Photo London | Home by Map6

I am showing a selection of work from my series Divided Lives made on my trip to Lithuania in October 2015.    As part of my photography collective Map6 for Peckham 24 (in association with PhotoLondon) we have curated a show in a direct response to the unique gallery spaces of The Maverick Safehouses 1 & 2, […]

MAP 6 Photography Collective | New website

As a collective we have a new website that leads on our collaborative bodies of work.  As MAP6 we are more than just a collection of photographers with the occasional exhibition.  At MAP6 we have a goal of supporting making new bodies of work as a collective. The MAP6 photography collective was established in 2011. […]

The Lithuania Project | Divided Lives

The Lithuania Project with photography collective Map6. The region of Dievenišk and Šalčininkai is an enclave of Lithuania surrounded by the border of Belarus.  When Lithuania and Belarus were both part of the Soviet Union the border between these countries was just a line on a map, and several villages in this region straddled this […]

Publication | The Moscow Project

Following on from Map6 field trip to Moscow in 2013 and in conjunction with a series of exhibitions about the work Map6 have printed our first collective publication.  The Moscow Project the newspaper will be available from our exhibition at BPF14 Collectives’ Hub at Vantage Point as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe and will also be […]

The Moscow Project

The Tower Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the Moscow Project, a new exhibition by the British photography collective MAP6.  Although Moscow is often talked about, it has been a place seldom visited.  Its complicated politics, complex language and unstable economy have, until now, made it a difficult place to visit and photograph. […]

MAP 6 ; 6 Perspectives on Moscow.

The rise & fall of the kiosk economy  Russian kiosk culture arose after the end of communism in 1991, when entrepreneurs started to import goods such as cigarettes, chocolate and alcohol and, with no formal retail spaces, built kiosks along the streets. Today, these ubiquitous kiosks line the underground passages that transverse major streets or connect metro […]

MAP6 at the Brick Lane Gallery

I showed work from my recent series “the art of smoking” as part of photography collective MAP6 the group show Coordinate ; Exploring the relationships between people and place. The Brick Lane Gallery with photographers Chloe Lelliott, Laurie Griffiths, Mitch Karunaratne, David Sterry and Paul Walsh >

Photomonth | Group Show

I will be exhibiting my current work "the art of smoking" as part MAP6 Photography collective for Photomonth at the Brick Lane Gallery from 25 – 31st October.

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