A collaboration between photographers/artists Andy Day and Diego Ferrari.
We offer workshops and short courses that combine photographic technique
and urban discourses as a means of investigating the city and its spaces.
Andy Day is an award-winning photographer that has shot international ad campaigns and been published around the world. He specialises in adventure sports, travel, architectural and landscape photography, and has been photographing physical interaction with the city since 2003. With an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths, he also speaks, teaches and writes about visual culture and the sociology of urban space.
Through participant-observation, Andy's work examines the body’s relationship with the built environment, wilful misuse of architecture, subversive practices, appropriation of space and place, edgework and social interaction. Commercial clients have included Canon, Adidas and American Eagle, and his work has been featured on Fubiz, Slate and Designboom.
Andy is a staff writer for the photography news website fstoppers.com.
He has taught workshops for various arts organisations including Central St Martins and the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Diego Ferrari is an artist and photographer whose recent work takes a fine art approach to street photography. His work interrogates the relationship between social values and public spaces, with a particular interest in the relationship between the body and its environment.
He studied Fine Art at Escola Llotja in Barcelona, was awarded a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmith’s College, University of London and an MA in Art and Architecture at the University of Kent. He teaches the Photography, Art and Architecture course at Central Saint Martins and is a lecturer on the BA in Photography at Kingston University, London.
He has lectured at Tate Britain, Goldsmiths College, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Centre for Contemporary Culture of Catalunya, Barcelona and University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Both Andy and Diego are active members of the Urban Photographers Association.