Paul Hill

The RPS Journal published an interview with Gemma Padley in September, and an article by Paul on different approaches to photographing landscape was published in the Journal in June.

Paul recently had a 14 page illustrated interview in Chinese Photography magazine and he was also featured extensively in another Chinese publication, Photography in the British Classroom, a major book on photographic education in the UK.

He also wrote an illustrated piece 'Lay of the Land' for Digital Camera. followed by other articles for the magazine, and his work was featured in the Creating the Countryside exhibition catalogue.

Paul Hill


Paul has work in Street View exhibition at the Graves Gallery, Sheffield, Creating the Countryside at Compton Verney, and Connecting Stories: Our British Asian Heritage, the Library of Birmingham this year.

In July 2017, he and Maria Falconer exhibited their work made whilst volunteering with refugees in Greece, entitled ANON, at the Library of Birmingham, following its successful showing at Arts Points de Vue Gallery in Lauzerte, France last autumn.


Paul Hill

In addition to regularly leading workshops all over the country, Paul has recently been teaching photography BA and MA students at Blackburn College University Centre, and Nottingham Trent and De Montfort Universities.


For the latest information on events, workshops and other activities please check out Paul's Blog


April 2018

Fast and Furious

Ludlow, Shropshire April 20th - 22nd, 2018


Performing for the Camera

Dance4, Nottingham, April 14th - 15th, 2018


May 2018

A Challenging Landscape

Keswick, The Lake District, May 11th - 13th, 2018



One-to-One Tuition & On Location with Paul Hill.

Paul has been teaching photography for many decades in higher education and was the first professor of photographic practice in a British university. He created the famous Photographers‘ Place group workshops in Derbyshire and has specialised in one-to-one mentoring...