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James Reid is involved in many areas of contemporary photography, art and design, from working on international magazine titles to curating and mounting gallery shows, and selecting and promoting emerging talent throughout Europe.
As a partner in Field Projects, a creative studio based in London whose clients have included:
He has created original contemporary print and online work for numerous clients.
As long-standing Photography Director of Wallpaper* (2009 - 2015), the international design, architecture and
lifestyle magazine, James has was instrumental in creating and shaping the visual identity of one of the world’s leading magazines.
Forging strong links with photographers, galleries and photographic departments at educational institutes around the world, James has helped promote and further the careers of some of the most interesting and innovative photographers working today.
In 2006 he curated The New Landscape at The Leonard Street Gallery in London, a group show of emerging landscape photographers from around the world. In 2011 he curated an overview of some of Wallpaper’s most iconic images for an exhibition in central London, and in July 2012 he oversaw There’s Something Happening Here, a group show of new international photography at Mayfair’s Brancolini Grimaldi gallery.
Additionally, James has been on the jury and selection committees of numerous international photographic prizes, including Les Recontres d’Arles, PhotoEspaña, the Festival international des Arts de la Mode in Hyères and the International Photography Awards in New York.
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Last updated: 17 April 2018
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