Annette Price - H2o Photography | Exhibition

Annette Price

Adventure sports and wild places photographer

I photograph adventurous activities, wild places and urban landscapes for editorial and corporate clients. This includes photography from kayaks (see exhibition details below) and photography of caves and disused mines, landscapes and architecture to create images that meet the needs of magazine editors, news agencies, and print buyers. My work has been published in a wide range of magazines and newspapers including the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Land Rover Owner International, the Times, BBC Focus magazine etc. and featured in a  number of photographic publications. For a client list and to see examples of published work see here.


Exhibition

The River Within. A photographic exploration of the Thames from source to sea from a kayak.

This exhibition features photographs of LONDON and is part of the Thames Festival.

1st the 30th of September 2018


The River Within is a photographic exploration of the River Thames from source to sea through the seasons from the view of a kayak.

This exhibition will feature the photography made in London, from underneath pontoons and bridges, exploring creeks and inside the boat builder’s yards of Eel Pie Island. By photographing from a little kayak, I have been able to get very close to the water to create intimate images of London from otherwise difficult or inaccessible places to sometimes photograph unusual perspectives and angles of otherwise familiar objects and places in London – from The River Within.

The Wharf Restaurant, where the exhibition is being held, was the Tufts Boathouse from where the Little Boats left for Dunkirk during the Second World War to rescue thousands of British and French troops trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk. The Wharf Restaurant is located opposite Teddington Lock and visitors to the exhibition will be able to purchase refreshments if they choose or book a meal. 

 

More details about the exhibition can be found on the Thames Festival website here