I attended the Leeds Pride 2017 event in August to take some images from the day for Unite the union. What I try to cover at these events is; the people, the context and then the event itself. I started off by wandering round the main event which was held in Millennium Square. This is where people gather to watch various artists perform or to show off their costumes if they have dressed up so I just look for interesting subjects. I managed to get […]
Mark Harvey will be attending and delivering a talk at the Hothouse Sheffield photography event organised by Redeye The Photography Network. The event will be a day of celebration of photographic talent from Yorkshire and beyond. It will be held at the Roco Creative Coop, 342 Glossop Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2HW on 10 June 2017 from 10:30 to 16:30.
During the day there will be brief presentations from photographers about their recent work and projects, with opportunity for Q&A, networking and review of portfolios. Local photographers will also be able to […]
Mark Harvey from iD.8 Photography was engaged to take the photographs at the opening of Sheffield’s second University Technical College (UTC) on Tuesday, May 23rd. The college was opened by Professor Lord Winston who met with staff, governors and students during his visit and tour of the facilities.
Lord Winston unveiled a commemorative plaque and watched on as students worked on technical projects and was also an active participant in a question and answer session.
The UTC campus is based on the Olympic Legacy Park on Attercliffe Common on the […]
Mark Harvey’s photography work with a group of homeless people in Sheffield was recently featured in the Big Issue North magazine (Issue No. 1176 27 March – 2 April 2017). The article by Mark Metcalf highlighted Mark’s work over the last 4 years with the Cathedral Archer Project, a charity in Sheffield offering support to the homeless in the city.
Mark’s first involvement was to take pictures of the homeless for his portfolio. He then offered his services to the project as a volunteer running […]
On Friday 24th February 2017 Mark Harvey from iD.8 Photography and Tim Renshaw the CEO of the Cathedral Archer Project hosted a packed symposium at the Workstation in Sheffield.
The symposium explored the use of visual images representing the issue of homelessness and the perceptions given to viewers of the images.
Over the last 4 years, Mark has specialised in working with homeless people in Sheffield. He has used images to challenge the visual narratives that accompany the layered complexities of homelessness.
The session covered the key questions […]