Graeme Weston is an award winning photojournalist, documentrary and portrait photographer based in London, UK.
In 2015, in addition to winning the Lens Culture Visual Storytelling Award for his project Mostly left turns documenting the locations and circumstances of the eight cyclists killed in London that year, Graeme won the Financial Times's London and the World Photo-essay Competition for his study entitled The Hill on the vestiges of Clerkenwell's once 12,000-strong Italian community.
In 2016 Graeme completed a six-month residency at University College London Hospitals (UCLH) which culminated in a three-month public exhibition. The work won the Highly Commended accolade in the Best Collaborative Arts Project section of the 2017 Building Better Healthcare Awards.
Most recently, the Rebecca Vassie Trust judged Graeme's application for 2018-19 Rebecca Vassie Award as Highly Acclaimed.
Graeme holds an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the London College of Communication, University of Arts, London. His work features in international publications and media including the Sunday Times, Financial Times, Guardian, Independent on Sunday, Huffington Post, The Mirror, London Evening Standard, Metro, TimeOut London, BBC Online, and ITV. Graeme has exhibited in the UK and US.
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