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Tom Wichelow is a freelance photographer based on the south coast of the UK.  His work has been published and exhibited widely.

Alongside his photographic work he is a highly experienced artist-educator  for a wide range of clients including Adobe, The Tower of London, Art on the Underground, The Photographers Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery.  He is a visiting Teaching Fellow at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. 



Selected exhibitions

Jun 1996 - Cybar, Brighton. Faces of the Festival. Solo Show
Nov 1998 - Photographers gallery, London.  Hodge Award. Group show
Jul 1999 - Dazed&confused gallery, London.  Substance.  Group show.
Aug 2001 - Forest Arts Centre, New Milton, Hants. 2000 portraits. Solo show.
Oct 2001 - Beatrice Royal Gallery, Southhampton.2000 portraits. Solo show.
Jul 2002 - Creative gallery, Manchester. City Life. Group show.
Nov 2002 - National Portrait gallery, London.  Local Heroes.  Group show.
Sep 2003 - Crawley Town square. Respect project. Solo show.
Nov 2003 - Photo Media Gallery, Brighton. 2000 portraits. Solo show.
Dec 2003 - Ashcroft Arts centre, Fareham.  Hampshire Portraits. solo show.
Mar 2004 - Forest Arts Centre, New Milton, Hants. Hampshire Portraits. Solo show.
Mar 2004 - Brighton University, Brighton.  Telling Stories. Group show.
May 2004 - Tower Arts Centre, Winchester, Hants. Hampshire Portraits. Solo show.
May 2004 - Gardner Arts Centre.  University of Sussex.  Examination. Solo show.
Jun 2004 - West End Arts Centre, Aldershot.  Hampshire Portraits. Solo show.
Mar 2005 - Al-Riwaq Gallery, Bahrain.  Bahrain in Transition.  Group show.
Jun 2005 - Guildhall, Winchester.  Silver Hill Renaissance.  Solo show.
Nov 2005 - Baltic, Gateshead. Large scale projections. Reveal. Group show.
May 2006 - Tower of London.  Dark Tower.  Group show.
Jun 2006 - Phoenix Gallery, Brighton. City Running.  Group Show.
Oct 2006 - University of Brighton Darkroom.  Photography is Dead... Solo show.
Feb 2007 - Crane Kalman Gallery, Brighton. Things we love.  Group show.
Apr 2007 - University of Brighton Gallery.  Learning to Look.  Group show
Mar 2008 – Various venues, Stoke on Trent – Views from Here.  Group shows.
Sep 2008 - Permanent Gallery, Brighton - Clouded.  Group Show.
Jul  2009 – Charing Cross station, London – Underground Heroes.  Solo show.


Awards/grants.

1998.  Observer Hodge Award.  Student of the Year.
1999.  Substance publishing award.  Curated by Rankin.
2000.  Arts Council grant to create 2000 portraits.
2001.  Arts Council grant to exhibit 2000 portraits.
2006.  Awarded title Visiting Teaching Fellow at the  
          Brighton and Sussex Medical School.


Selected Commissions.

1999.  National Portrait Gallery.  Commission to document commissioned portrait.
2002.  National Portrait Gallery.  Local heroes project.
2002.  Hampshire Borough Council.  Hampshire Portraits Commission.
2003.  Crawley Borough Council.  Respect (public art) project.
2003.  Brighton Photo Biennial.  Telling Stories project.
2003.  Brighton & Sussex Medical School/PhotoWorks.  Examination Project.
2004.  British Council.  Bahrain in transition project.
2005.  Winchester City Council. Silver Hill Renaissance project.
2006-7  Brighton Photo Biennial, The Creative medical School.
2006.  Wealden District Council.  Artists residency, Heathfield College.
2006-7.  Tower of London.  Artist's residency.
2007.  Tower Hamlets Borough Council.  Building Schools for the Future Project.
2007.  Place Space and Identity.  Stoke on Trent public art project.
2008.  Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.  Nils Norman Education exhibition.
2008.  Brighton and Sussex Medical School.  "Behind the Scenes" documentary work.
2008.  Tower of London.  "The Tower into London" project.
2009.  Adobe Youth Voices.  'London i'
2009.  The Photographers Gallery.  John Lyons project.
2009.  Art on the Underground.  "Underground Heros."


Education

C&G Further Education Teaching Certificate.  City College, Brighton & Hove.  2001.
Editorial Photography BA (hons).  University of Brighton.  1996 - 1999.
National Diploma in Design (Photo).  Brighton College of Technology.  1994 - 1996.
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