Jeremy Webb Biography

1964, UK -

Emerging British artist, Jeremy Webb is an innovative photographer with works that are both interesting and amusing.

Jeremy graduated from Berkshire College of Art & Design, Reading, UK, in 1984. Since 1984 he has worked as a freelance photographer. His earliest projects include working as a stills and set photographer for the 1987 Don Farrow film "Blood Ties", and later as Expedition Photographer for the Frontier Tanzania Expedition, run by the Society for Environmental Exploration, in 1990. Generally his professional work combines commercial projects with a diverse range of teaching and exhibiting, as well as major assignments abroad.

Dedicated to the arts, in 1992 Jeremy raised around US$25,000 in grants and sponsorship for the Warehouse Artists Studios (UK), while serving on the management committee.


2000: "Behind the Scenes", solo exhibition commissioned by Norfolk and Norwich Healthcare Trust, UK.

1996: "Intervals", touring exhibition, one of 4 photographers selected to photograph a day in the life of 4 Norwich theatres.

1988: "Spring Spang Spong", mixed media group show, Norwich.

1986: "Click" - 3 person show at Henley Exhibition Centre.

1985: Solo exhibition of UK landscapes at Great Yarmouth Arts Centre.


1990: Awarded Third Prize in the Salon of British Contemporary Photographers.

PUBLICATIONS: - 2005: "Creative Vision - Traditional & Digital Methods for Inspiring Innovative Photography")