MARCO BETTI PHOTOGRAPHY

The new Goldstone Gallery in Brighton and Hove features my three 'Synthetic Garden' photo-montages.

I'm very excited to be exhibiting my three 'Synthetic Garden' photo-montages at Brighton and Hove's newest art space, Goldstone Gallery. Curated by Jamie McCartney, the exhibition features work from some of Brighton's most prominant contemporary fine artists. The exhibition runs until the end of January 2015.

 

Breaking of Tulips Exhibition Oxford 2014

My new photomontage project "The Synthetic Garden" is currently on exhibition at the Oxford University Botanic Garden. 30 artists have made new work in response to an historic archive of gardening chronicles. The work, is sited throughout the Gardens, and reflects the changing research interests and environmental concerns of a scientific institution through the imaginative filter of artists from a range of disciplines, including dance, sound and the visual arts.

 

Photo shoot for Blenheim CDP

Blenheim CDP, a London drugs agency comissioned me to do a series of photographs for their new website this summer. It was a fast shoot over two days, but we managed to get some great coverage over the period. You can see some of my images here and read some great case studies. A great shoot, thanks to all involved.

 

 

Blenheim CDP

Corporate goes quirky!

This was a fun shoot I did for the company Marketing Software Solutions this month. They are in the midst of updating their website and wanted some quirky portraits of their team.

Nice to see a professional organisation not taking itself too seriously when it comes to a photo-shoot.

 

 

One of my images features in the inspiring photo exhibition "Hard Rain- What'll you do now?" at Kew Gardens.

One of my images features in the inspiring photo exhibition "Hard Rain- What'll you do now?" at Kew Gardens. It is an image of how reed bed technology is used to treat waste water at a plant in Kathmandu, Nepal. Prior to the scheme, waste water ran out into the streets. Now it is collected and filtered for use, and the sludge residue is used by farmers as fertilisers. I took the photograph while on assignment for the NGO WaterAid.

 

Read my latest article submitted to JPG magazine.

I have written an article on overcoming the frustration of a creative block, please take a look I've submitted it to JPG magazine.

http://jpgmag.com/stories/17374

'See my work in the latest creativematch flair competition'

See my work in the latest creativematch flair competition, click on the link below.

http://www.creativematch.com/?action=viewflair&fi=4766

Exhibition commences at the Oxford University Press HQ

Metron, the curatorial duo Diane Jones-Parry and Annabel Ralphs who are behind the rearranging formulae project in April this year, have once again managed to pull off a great looking exhibition in a very different (yet equally as challenging) space as the O3. It's been great to step outside of the photography fraternity and work with artists from different disciplines, it certainly brought a fresh approach to my work and one I hope to continue.

Oxford University Press to exhibit Rearranging Formulae

After the success of the exhibition at the O3 gallery at the beginning of spring this year, Oxford University Press have shown interest in exhibiting the work by all the artists at their HQ in Oxford. The site is currently being viewed by the curators to identify facilities and potential space. This is an opportunity to show our work in a new context with the possibility of extending the project further. The current unconfirmed date for the new exhibition is 1st October 2010.

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