• 30/03/2013
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    British Journal of Photography
    After the Summer of Photography held throughout London, aficionados can continue to enjoy photographic culture as the year draws to a close. Brighton is currently hosting its first international photography festival and the timing couldn’t be more opportune – the annual Hereford Photography Festival had been pruned back considerably this year and, compared to the rest of Europe, Britain suffers from an appalling lack of international or even national photography festivals.
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    Source Magazine review of Recent Work
    "Recent Work" Brighton Media Centre, 23 October - 24 November A whole array of familiar names- well established artists - are showing recent work at Brighton Media Centre. I had expected landscape to be in the ascendant and this proves to be the case, with four out of seven forefronting the landscape, and a fifth, Lisa Creagh, the cityscape. Creagh in her series here, concentrates on the realm of the troglodyte, city underpasses..
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    Photoworks Magazine
    An important factor in the early development of the bpb was the enormous wealth of local photographic talent and, while we have been keen to support local practitioners where we could, ad have, in the past year encouraged a number of local artists to organise their own exhibitions, we have always known that it would be impossible to assist as many as we would like. We are grateful, then, for the initiative of Lisa Creagh who has coordinated the Brighton Photo Fringe with great enthusiasm and dedication.
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    Headliner, New York 2001
    A flash of inspiration, a bright summer's day and a couple of eccentrics - it's the ideal recipe for a picture capturing the heart and soul of Brighton and Hove.
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  • 30/03/2013
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    Source Magazine
    "Recent Work" Brighton Media Centre, 23 October - 24 November A whole array of familiar names- well established artists - are showing recent work at Brighton Media Centre. I had expected landscape to be in the ascendant and this proves to be the case, with four out of seven forefronting the landscape, and a fifth, Lisa Creagh, the cityscape. Creagh in her series here, concentrates on the realm of the troglodyte, city underpasses..
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Brighton Photo Fringe 2003-5

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BPF logo designed by Steven Swingler

The Brighton Photo Fringe is now one of the country's largest photography grassroots organisations, with more than 120 exhibitions and events accompanying the Brighton Photo Biennial last year. In 2003 Lisa Creagh initiated a loose association of photographers and organisations in Brighton to collaborate in a unified series of exhibitions and events to accompany the inaugural Brighton Photo Biennial, directed by Jeremy Millar.


The success of the Fringe was acknowledged by both the Arts Council and Brighton and Hove Council who pledged seed money to establish the Fringe as a permanent fixture. The full history of the growth of the Fringe from a meeting of four individuals to a funded organisation in it's first two years is outlined in these pages, taken from the notes from meetings, financial accounts and records of the time. For more info about current BPF events and activities please visit their website.

© Lisa Creagh 2017