On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Tom Warland, visual anthropologist, documentary and stereoscopic photographer from the United Kingdom.
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Tom Warland is a visual anthropologist specialising in the use of documentary photography, film, and illustration; and also a lecturer at Buckinghamshire College Group living and working in London and the surrounding area. Since graduating from the University of Wales; Newport’s Documentary Photography course he has explored traditional and largely forgotten ideas in British society and culture, and has work featured in various publications and exhibited nationally.
Tom also works as a commercial and events photographer documenting through the use of photography and film; music festivals as well working for musical groups such as Breabach, Steve Knightley, & Phil Beer.
Tom has recently completed the MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography course at UAL: London College of Communication, and a course in anthropology at the University of Queensland, Australia.
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