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Winners Announced: The Picture Editors Guild Awards 2016

Genesis Imaging are once again delighted to support the UK Picture Editors’ Guild annual awards as a sponsor of the Regional Photographer of the Year category. The UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards recognise outstanding photography from the world of news, royalty, sport, business, fashion and entertainment. Winners receive prizes from sponsors such as Bloomberg, British Airways and Fixation at the annual Awards event, which took take place in London at the Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters on 27th March 2017.

Our Photography and Art Highlights from 2016…

Genesis Presents: Levon Biss and Direct to Media UV Printing

As the year draws to a close we’ve been reflecting on a busy year and some of our particular highlights for 2016… (in no particular order!): 1. Photo50 ‘Feminine Masculine’ at London Art Fair Genesis were proud to support the Photo50 exhibition ‘Feminine Masculine’, loosely inspired by Jean-Luc Godard’s 1966 masterpiece Masculin Féminin. Curated by Federica… Read more »

Celebrating 19 years of Genesis…

Having been first established as Genesis Laboratory Ltd in 1997 by Ken Sethi and Howard Lee, Genesis has grown from its roots as a conventional laboratory to offer comprehensive in-house printing, mounting and framing services, and the many changes and developments that have taken place over the last 19 years – the company name, logo, location,services and staff (not to… Read more »

‘The Most Important Opinion is Your Own’ Falmouth Student Joel Hitchins-Samson on His Week at Genesis Imaging.

Joel Hitchins-Samson, a second year Photography BA student at Falmouth University on his week of work experience at Genesis Imaging.

We love working with students for work experience placements, sharing our knowledge (and learning a thing or two from them too.) We were joined last week by Joel Hitchins-Samson, who is studying in his second year of his Photography BA at Falmouth University. Joel got to grips with all of our production areas, learning everything… Read more »

Innovation at the Highest Quality

Genesis Imaging, 'Innovation at the Highest Quality'', The British Journal of Photography (January 2016).

Have you spotted our adverts in The British Journal of Photography? We’ve been featuring a series of adverts covering some of the innovations that we’re most proud of. For almost 20 years, our commitment to innovation and cutting-edge technology has kept us at the forefront of professional photographic printing, mounting and framing and from our roots as… Read more »

Jan McCullough on Her Award-Winning Series ‘Home Instruction Manual’

Garden 5 © Jan McCullough, from the series 'Home Instruction Manual'. Winner of the Genesis Imaging Format Festival Bursary Award 2015.

We recently caught up with photographer and one of Genesis Imaging’s Format Festival Bursary winner’s, Jan McCullough, to find out about her fascinating series ‘Home Instruction Manual’; a series constructed from internet forum user’s advice on ‘how to make a house a home’, which questions our very identity.

‘Home Instruction Manual’ was recently awarded first prize in the Fotobookfestival Kassel Dummy Award 2015, shown at Belfast Exposed; Northern Ireland’s principal gallery of contemporary photography and will feature at Unseen photography fair in Amsterdam. Her book, of the same title, is due out next year.

‘Committed, dedicated and (full of) banter.’ Southampton Solent Student Afsaneh Bladt-Cohen Shares Her Thoughts on Genesis and Her Work Experience Placement

Southampton Solent Media Culture and Production student Afsaneh Bladt-Cohen works with Genesis Imaging's Creative Director Mark Foxwell to calibrate our Durst Lambda C-type printer.

We love working with students for work experience placements, sharing our knowledge (and learning a thing or two from them too.) Afsaneh Bladt-Cohen, a (soon to be) final year Media Culture and Production student at Southampton Solent University joined us last week to learn about the printing side of Genesis. After a full week here, we caught up with… Read more »