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Biography

1981-84 Fine Art BA (Hons) Newport College of Art, University of Wales

1984-present Freelance photographer

2003-04 Conservation PGDip. Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London

2004-05 Conservation MA Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London

2005-to date Freelance contract conservator for institutions including University College London, the Horniman Museum, the Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, the Geologists' Association, the Royal Academy, Guildhall and the London Metropolitan Archives. This work has included numerous and notable projects at UCL in the Strang Print Room, now the UCL Art Gallery, the Geology Collections, the Petrie Museum of Egyptology and in Planetary Science at UCL: also the reinstallation of the Living Space, SCVA, UEA

COMMISSIONED PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK

Clients and subjects to date have included American Express, Christian Dior, iD Magazine, Esquire, GQ and Marie-Claire magazines, Honda Cars, Morgan Cars, Björk, Blur, Charlie Watts, David Bailey, Sir Hardie Amies, Sir Howard Hodgkin, Jamiroquai, LTJ Bukem, the Manic Street Preachers, Mike Scottt, Naomi Campbell, Nick Cave, Nirvana, Sir Norman Foster, Pulp, Roni Size, Ronnie Scott, Steven Berkoff, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Seal and Yohji Yamamoto among others. As a London based photographer extensive assignments are and have been undertaken in Milan, New York, Tokyo
and beyond.

RECENT EXHIBITIONS

October 2010 'Photomicrographia: Invisible Worlds' University College London

AWARDS

2009 Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residency Award, the Geology Collections University College London

PUBLICATIONS

Weedon R. (2005) The Conservation of 26 Photographs from the Johnston-Lavis Collection in Violent Earth. The unique legacy of Dr. Johnston-Lavis. Edited by Emma Chambers, Jayne Dunn, John Guest and Wendy Kirk, UCL Art Collections, University College London ISBN:1-904800-07-06

TEACHING

Associate Lecturer in 'Digital Imaging in Conservation - Methodologies & Practice' and 'Analytical Photographic Techniques in Conservation', the Conservation Department, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.