A public art exhibition I created which utilised regeneration building site hoardings in the Lisson Grove area of London where I live. My large-scale photographic portraits featured local people who will be affected by the huge transformations taking place…
Emma’s latest project RightToShoes celebrates modern shoe-making artistry against the backdrop of her own life experiences and cultural history of the last two decades. Photo of Emma Blau by Steve Pyke
Musical artist NAALA and I collaborated to make this series of portraits for Hey Girl Magazine’s special ‘Scent & Sight’ issue which visually represented the thoughts and feelings evoked by one of Azzi Glasser’s perfumes.
An exhibition of photographs by Jarret Schecter in St Pancras station, of landscapes and people taken through the windows of different train journeys around the world. It was held to coincide with the 10th anniversary of The Denan Project.
Drawing on an unparalleled collection of photographs in the Camera Press archives by some of the most iconic names in the photographic industry, I curated this unique exhibition of images from the past eight decades which offered a fascinating…
Curated and hosted by award-winning writer and photography consultant Cheryl Newman, myself and fellow panelists explored the role of women in photography across fashion, editorial and documentary photography.
Following on from a photographic project I had carried out in the UK on London shoe designers, I embarked on a series of portraits and interviews with NYC- based shoe designers producing remarkable, inspiring work who were part of…
“This channel of expression from the autistic world is a simple, brilliant idea of Emma’s. The chance to capture life in one unchanging, vibrant moment is a bridge between two worlds often further apart than planets.” Danny Boyle
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death, I curated an exhibition of Jacques Lowe’s intimate photographs of the Kennedy family, launched in conjunction with the publication of ‘My Kennedy Years : A Memoir’ by Thames & Hudson.
Following my writing a piece for the Guardian on issues surrounding censorship on Instagram, I was invited to appear on France 24 Television News to discuss the implications of such censorship for the arts.