Many regional photographers are grappling to adjust their businesses to keep up with changes in the industry. It can also mean taking time out to consider their whole approach to making images. And for some the way of doing is through pursuing a postgraduate MA degree. Can this be a means of not just personal development but also a wise move up commercially and a way of standing out from the crowd?
Paul Wenham-Clarke thought it was time to re-evaluate the images he was making and he had some short term ambitions for his MA final show. But he never expected it to be such a life changing experience. His exhibition When Lives Collide has been a rollercoaster ride and achieved phenomenal success both academically and commercially.
In this our second podcast, Paul talks about what it was like to go through that process.