A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers

010 - Peter Dench

Episode Summary

Peter Dench has 20 years of experience as an editorial photographer, shooting documentary features, portraits, and advertising jobs, as well as turning his hand to video, writing, podcasting and being co-creative director of the White Cloth Gallery in Leeds, which he co-founded. Although he has worked in over 60 different countries, he is perhaps best known for documenting various aspects of English life in his own inimitable, irreverent style. He has won numerous awards and has published 4 books, 3 of them in the past 12 months: England Uncensored, A&E: Alcohol and England, The British Abroad and, most recently, Dench Does Dallas, in which he sought to make a break from the work on England by turning his attention to the USA.

Episode Notes

Peter Dench has 20 years of experience as an editorial photographer, shooting documentary features, portraits, and advertising jobs, as well as turning his hand to video, writing, podcasting and being co-creative director of the White Cloth Gallery in Leeds, which he co-founded. Although he has worked in over 60 different countries, he is perhaps best known for documenting various aspects of English life in his own inimitable, irreverent style.
He has won numerous awards and has published 4 books, 3 of them in the past 12 months: England Uncensored, A&E: Alcohol and England, The British Abroad and, most recently, Dench Does Dallas, in which he sought to make a break from the work on England by turning his attention to the USA.