Bio ❖ Harry Fricker

Harry Fricker Bio

Harry Fricker MA (Image & Communication, Goldsmiths), with 20+ years experience in Photography Education & Freelancing, establishes Diorama Days in 2018.
Premier Landscape Photography Workshops, designed to inspire your creativity and enhance your technical skills.
Bespoke mentoring, with a uniquely constructive spirit, will empower you to transform your photography.
Supportive & Inspirational Learning for photographers at all levels, no extravagant equipment needed.
Harry is committed to working alongside you, to attain your goals
The Workshops are a pattern break from daily routine; a golden opportunity to reconnect with your passion for photography.
Immerse yourself in amazingly beautiful landscapes.

Diorma Days is an ethical organisation, cares for the environment and supports the local community.
Corporate donor to Dartmoor National Park since 2019.

❖ Well Seasoned Traveller   Europe & Latin America
❖ Fluent English & Spanish Conversational French & Italian
❖ Absolutely Loves Road Trips, Adventure & Meeting People
❖ Bakes Bread   Adores Chilies

❖ The Victoria & Albert Museum   World’s Leading Museum Of Art & Design
❖ The Guardian
  British Daily Newspaper & Website
❖ City Limits   London’s Alternative Event Listings & Arts Magazine
❖ Time Out
  London’s Premiere Entertainment Listings Guide
❖ Reflex Picture Agency   Photo Editor
❖ Friends of the Earth   Environmental Organisation

❖ MA (Master of Arts) Image & Communication   Goldsmiths College   University of London
❖ Postgraduate Certificate in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education   Coventry University
❖ Higher National Diploma Documentary Photography   Newport College   Wales
❖ National Diploma Photography   Paddington College   London

❖ Authored First Digital Photography Access Course in the UK 1996
❖ Nominee of The Times Higher Education Awards
❖ Exhibition Curator
❖ Featured Exhibitor of Photography
❖ Coordinator of National & International Conferences
❖ Ambassador on Overseas Exchange Programmes in Spain, China, Trinidad & Tobago
❖ Lecturer Higher Education   Postgraduate & Undergraduate Programmes
❖ Lecturer Further Education   A Level   GCSE
❖ Successful record of Adult Learners Progressing Into Higher Education

Diorama, from Ancient Greek   ‘through that which is seen
The name Diorama Days, is a nod to the medium preceding the invention of Photography.  Invented in 1822, The Diorama consisted of translucent painted backdrops, lit in such a way as to create the illusion of a realistic landscape.

Driven by the success of The Diorama, its inventor went on to develop a way of permanently fixing light onto a surface.  Thus announcing the invention of Photography in 1839.  The new technology evolved, becoming ubiquitous across Culture & Society.

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