Anthony Palmer is a photographer and educator, whose practice extends across architecture, regeneration and housing. He works with the public learning team at the Royal Institute of British Architects and as a tutor with adult education centres and community groups  Anthony devises and leads walking tours and talks that use photography to explore and explain different places in London - see walks.

In 2013, Anthony completed the MA in Photography and Urban Cultures (Goldsmiths, Sociology) and continues to be active with research interests. Supported by the Centre for Urban and Community Research and London Independent Photography he hosts the monthly group meetings of Crossing Lines

Until 2012, Anthony worked with the Olympic Delivery Authority managing the filming and photography of the London 2012 park and venues. Previous to that, he worked across communications and media production, having started his career as a BBC Radio Trainee.

Selected exhibitions, talks and publications, as below:

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

Gold Olympics @ Goldsmiths, University of London.

Robin Hood Gardens, 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 - Published by Wiley

The RIBA Stirling Prize : 20 - Published by Merrill

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