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IT'S MAINLY
ABOUT WHAT
YOU CHOOSE
TO LOOK AT

Scheduled walks

Saturday 22nd October 2022

Wolverhampton School of Art. Photowalk exploring Birmingham city centre. A collaboration with The Modernist and Wolverhampton School of Art

Past walks

Saturday 24th September 2022

Ikon Gallery. Photowalk exploring Birmingham city centre. A collaboration with The Modernist and Ikon Gallery

Saturday 17th September 2022

Glisten. A creative workshop, fusing together photography, poetry and food.

Saturday 6th August 2022

Creative filmmaking workshop. Photowalk and workshop hosted by Chance Heritage Trust

Saturday 11th June 2022

The Hidden Heritage of Smethwick. Photowalk hosted by Chance Heritage Trust

21st - 25th June 2022

Clent New Perspectives. A series of Photowalks hosted by Clent Connect

Saturday 14th May 2022

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted by

Ikon Gallery

Saturday 30th April 2022

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted by

Stourbridge Glass Museum

Saturday 5th February 2022

Photopoetry event with Liz Berry

Wolverhampton Literature Festival

Wednesbury - 11th December 2021

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted by

Multistory & Tekkinpix

Stourbridge - 2nd October 2021

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted by

I'm Lucky Store

Birmingham - 26th October 2019

Jewellery Quarter Walk. As part of his exhibition at The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

Dudley - 15th & 29th June 2019

Artist's talk  and Photowalk for The Eye Candy Festival & Paint Dudley

Birmingham - 22nd June 2019

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted for The Birmingham Photography Festival

Wolverhampton - 8th June 2019

Tom gave an artist's talk and Photowalk for Arts Fest Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton - 2nd February 2019

Photowalk and artist's talk hosted for The Wolverhampton Literature Festival

Wolverhampton -8th September 2018
2 walks took place in the build up to the book launch. A zine has been created featuring images from each of our participants (images below). This walk was provided free of charge thanks to kind support from Creative Black Country.

"I’m interested in encouraging people to look more carefully at their surroundings and to perhaps reassess their idea of what is interesting or aesthetically pleasing. I also think it’s important to challenge the idea that you need access to expensive equipment and training in order to produce thought provoking images. It’s mainly about what you choose to look at." - Black Country Type.

Birmingham Design Festival, June 2018

Tom ran a photo walk to coincide with his exhibition at the Custard Factory as part of Birmingham Design Festival. 
 

Images taken by Type Walk participants
paint dudley
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Hannah Boyd
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Annie Benton
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Sarah Byrne
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John Willis
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Ian Cadman
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Dhruv Vijan
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Annie Benton
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Lynda Bowen
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Alexander Flowers
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Alexander Flowers
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Tom Hicks
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Sarah Byrne
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Lynda Bowen
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Maria Dean
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Andy Bryant
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Isabelle, 6
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Jane Webb
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Mark Birchill
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Andy Bryant
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Adam Lloyd
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John Willis
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Adam Lloyd
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Kingsley McKee
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Lynne Hewitt
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Jane Webb
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Dhruv Vijan
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David Swensen
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Annie Sharman
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Mark Birchill
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Hannah Boyd
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Ed Isaacs
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Ian Cadman
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Ed Isaacs
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David Swensen
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Annie Sharman
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Jenii Lowe
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Jenii Lowe
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Kingsley McKee
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Maria Dean
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