Marc Vallée

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Position: Visiting Lecturer in Photography
Email: valleem@regents.ac.uk
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Faculty: Creative and Liberal Arts
Programme/s: BA (Hons) Liberal Studies (Media & Communications) with Integrated Foundation BA (Hons) Liberal Studies (Media & Communications)

Professional Biography

Marc Vallée is a London-based documentary photographer and visiting lecturer in photography at Regent's University London. Marc’s documentary work explores the tension between public and private space in the context of contemporary youth culture.  Marc’s pictures, self-published photography zines and photobooks have been published and exhibited worldwide.  Tate Britain and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) hold Marc’s work in its library collections.

http://www.marcvallee.co.uk

Marc has also worked as an investigative journalist for the Guardian and the Financial Times and co-authored major front page investigations on police surveillance of protesters and journalists.  The investigations exposed secret police databases and covert state targeting of environmental activists.

http://www.marcvallee.co.uk/articles-films/

Marc has also written comment pieces on photographers rights, terrorism law, press freedom, civil liberties and political dissent for the Guardian.

http://www.theguardian.com/profile/marc-vall-e

Qualifications

Master of Arts (By Project) Art, Design and Visual Culture, London Guildhall University, 1999

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Fine Art,  London Guildhall University, 1997

Relevant Past Employment

Documentary Photographer, 1993 - present.

Freelance Investigative Journalist at Guardian News & Media, January 2009 - April 2011.

Freelance Investigative Journalist at Financial Times, October 2009 - July 2010.

Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art at London Guildhall University, September 1997 - July 2002.

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditation

National Union of Journalists.

Teaching & Course Development

Regent’s University London:

  • Photojournalism
  • Editorial Photography
  • Basic Photographic Digital Imagining

Publications

Vallée, M (2015) Tiergarten Transgression Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2015) Anti-Skateboarding Devices Marc Vallée (Third Edition), Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2014) Number Six Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2014) Millbank and that Van, Café Royal Books.

Vallée, M (2014) Queer Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2014) Anti-Skateboarding Devices Marc Vallée (Second Edition), Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2013) Number Four Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2013) Documenting Dylan Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2012) Anti-Skateboarding Devices Marc Vallée (First Edition), Self-Published.

Vallée, M (2012) Writers Marc Vallée, Self-Published.

http://www.marcvallee.co.uk/zines/

Other Outputs

Tiergarten Transgression by Marc Vallée, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, 2015. (Solo)

Zines of the World, Doomed Gallery, London, 2015. (Group)

London Festival of Architecture 2014, Anise Gallery, London, 2014. (Group)

Long Live Southbank, Undercroft, Southbank, London, 2014. (Group)

The Photocopy Club: Berlin, Urban Spree Gallery, Berlin, Germany, 2014. (Group)

Half Tone, Open Space Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2014. (Group).

Jerwood Encounters: Family Politics, Jerwood Space, London, 2013. (Group)

The Photocopy Club: Hong Kong, Harbour City, Hong Kong, 2013. (Group)

Number Four by Marc Vallée, The Doomed Gallery, London, 2013, (Solo)

The Photocopy Club: Riot, The Doomed Gallery, London, 2013. (Group)

The Photocopy Club X Marc Vallée: XEROX AND DESTROY, The Doomed Gallery, London, 2013. (Group)

 

Writers by Marc Vallée, Anise Gallery, London, 2012. (Solo)

 

Writers – Pictures in a Tunnel by Marc Vallée and Brian David Stevens, Leake Street, London, 2011.

 

http://www.marcvallee.co.uk/exhibitions/

Last updated: 08 December 2017