Revolv Award mentorship begins
Three early-career photographers have begun a year-long mentorship with Revolv Collective after winning the Revolv Award.
Three early-career photographers are receiving tailored support after winning the Revolv Award.
Myles Morgan Bailey, Martha Gray and Christian Jago won a mentorship after being selected from an open call earlier this year.
Unfolding over the course of a year, the co-created programme will build upon the mentees’ artistic skills, cultivate their network and further their practice within the creative sector.
The Revolv Award was held to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Revolv Collective.
Meet the artists
Myles Morgan Bailey is a photographic artist based in East London.
His work acts as a method of therapy, creating practical and visual representations of life experiences through analogue photographs and film.
Martha Gray is a London-based curator and artist, working with alternative photographic mediums.
Her practice applies alternative methods of creative thinking to historic photographic processes in response to themes of sustainability, feminism, and the natural world.
Christian Jago is a special effects photographer.
He experiments with set design, photography and other disciplines to construct fantastical worlds.
Revolv Award mentorship
All three artists will receive guidance and support including:
- Studio visits
- Group crits
- Portfolio reviews
- Public speaking experience
- A dedicated article discussing their practice
- Instagram takeover
- Professional consultations with industry experts, including Spectrum Photographic
- A ping-pong competition with Revolv Collective
Find out more about the award and view the longlist of artists here.