liverpool based photographer, bryn davies LBIPP, has received recognition for his fine art photography after being awarded a licentiateship by the british institute of professional photography (bipp).
bryn is an award winning fine art photographer and design consultant. his company, indigenous, works with international companies, start-ups and community groups on art projects and commercial design consultancy. he has recently completed a three year study into the asian landscape culminating in a solo show at trunk gallery in seoul, korea. his photo essay noryangjin, was recently included as part of look/15, liverpool international photography festival.
when asked how he felt about achieving his LBIPP, bryn said “i’m very happy to have achieved my qualification with the bipp. the process was a very insightful experience which gave me the opportunity to consider not only my work today, but also in developing a clear direction for the future. i’d like to thank the bipp and all of those who have supported me in achieving my licentiateship”.
bipp president, roy meiklejon FBIPP, stated “bipp qualifications are among the most rigorous in the world. qualification with the bipp requires hard work, determination, commitment and lots of creativity”.
as the qualifying body of professional photography in the uk, bipp requires any photographer going for qualification to follow strict criteria and provide a substantial portfolio of commissioned work, together with supporting information about themselves as a professional.
you can download a full copy of the press release here.