Online Tutor, Photography MA

After studying for a BA (Hons) in Photography & Film at Napier University, Edinburgh, I completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Photojournalism at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts. I have worked as a freelance photographer for various publications, including The Scotsman, The Glasgow Herald, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The International Herald Tribune, The Times, and The Sunday Times (Scotland). I have worked as an Artist in Residence at The Eastern General Hospital in Edinburgh. I have also been a judge for pre-selection for the Sony World Photography Awards. I have worked in areas of conflict and have completed a Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) programme.

Past projects, have included Palestinian Christians in The West Bank, the Orthodox Neturei Karta in North London, and Rural Resettlement on the West Coast of Ireland. 

My current project is a study of Stane Street, a Roman Road built in 50 AD, with many sections still in use today. The road follows the journey of William Blake, from Lambeth to Felpham, West Sussex. It was here that Blake wrote "Jerusalem" to the opening page of Milton.

Paul Clements

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Year Qualification Awarding body
1995 BA (Hons) Photography and Film Napier University
1996 Post Graduate Diploma Photojournalism London College of Communication. UAL
2019 Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Falmouth University

Professional Engagement

Engagement with professional associations and societies

  • National Union of Journalists
  • British Press Photographers Association