Tri-pod is developing a creative model for the realisation of photographic and lens-based projects and exploring ways of working using an informal peer group structure.

Its first initiative was set up to support emerging and established artists and photographers create a personal project in the context of an on-going, closed research and development group. Established in April 2010, the group met once a month, culminating in an exhibition at Hotshoe Gallery of participants projects in August 2011 and Brighton Photo Fringe in 2012. Tri-pod also launched weekend, project development workshops in 2012 and offered selected workshop participants (Jocelyn Allen and Anne Vinogradoff)  a two-person exhibition opportunity that was held at Photofusion’s gallery in Brixton, London.  In 2015 Tri-Pod facilitated an 18 month on-going project development group in Brighton and the participants then exhibited in the Collectives Hub at Brighton Photo Fringe 2016. Miranda is currently offering regular, closed research and development workshops at Photofusion.

Tri-Pod are available to co-ordinate and facilitate one day and weekend project development workshops.

Miranda Gavin is available for personal project mentoring, portfolio reviews and photographic talks.

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I liked the fact that the group were able to get to know each other slowly, and with more depth than on a meeting at a portfolio review, for example…” Tri-Pod 2013 Workshop Participant


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All above photographs are by artists who have attended a Tri-Pod on-going group/workshop.

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