Based in Stratford, East London, Anthony Palmer has been photographing architecture and researching urban regeneration since working with the 2012 Olympics. He teaches photography at the Mary Ward Centre and is a freelance educator with the Royal Institute of British Architects. As a videographer he specialises in filming research interviews and has worked on several longitudinal studies including the ongoing Media Lives research for Ofcom.

In 2013 Anthony completed the MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, and continues his visual research as a member of the Urban Photographers Association. His images have been in selected exhibitions, talks and publications, as below:

Engaging in Urban Image Making @ Goldsmiths, University of London.

Gold Olympics @ Goldsmiths, University of London.

Out of Time @ Open House London 2016

The Swanscombe Project @ Blake Gallery

Street Signs 2014 issue @ Centre for Urban and Community Research

Toronto Urban Photography Festival 2014 @ 918 Gallery

Regenerating Capital @ Roca Gallery

The Swanscombe Project @ Goldsmiths, University of London.

Perceptions of the Material Landscape @ British Library

Within Walking Distance @ Bermondsey Project

The Making of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park @ Wiley

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