Steven Guichard-Kenny (b. 1988)

Photographer and Writer based in London, UK

Contributing writer for Skin Deep Tattoo Magazine RIP


MA History of Art with Photography, Birkbeck, University of London

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Photography, Staffordshire University

BA (Hons) Photography (First Class Honours), University for the Creative Arts Farnham

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (Lens Based Media)(Distinction), Ravensbourne University London


'Best Student Award', BioImages 2018, BioCommunication Association 

'Citation of Merit Award (Still Media: Portraiture)', BioImages 2018, BioCommunication Association 

'The Daniel and Elizabeth Peltz Award for Outstanding Academic Records', Birkbeck, University of London


'BioImages 2018', BIOCOMM, Savannah, Georgia, United States, 2018

'Royal Photographic Society International Print Exhibition 158', Royal Photographic Society, National Touring Exhibition, 2015/16 [The Old Truman Brewery, London/The Royal Albert Hall, London/Aberystwyth Arts Centre/The Hive, Worcester/Warrington Museum & Art Gallery/Municipal Gallery, dlr LexIcon, Dublin/University of Derby]

'Royal Photographic Society Members Biennial Exhibition 2015', Royal Photographic Society, National Touring Exhibition, 2015/16 [The Grant Bradley Gallery, Bristol/The Harlequin Gallery, Watford/Artcell Gallery, Cambridge/Smethwick Photographic Society, Oldbury/Arts Centre Washington, Tyne and Wear/Hull International Photography Festival, Yorkshire/The Civic, Barnsley]

'Visualising Medicine: An Exhibition of Medical Photography', Royal Photographic Society, Bath, 2014

'Images in Medicine', Wellcome Trust, London, 2013

'Objectif', The Old Truman Brewery, London, 2010


'Picturing the Anatomical', University for the Creative Arts Farnham, January 2018

'Illness and the Camera: Exposing the Sick Body', University for the Creative Arts Farnham, January 2017

'Flesh Wounds and Medical Photography', University for the Creative Arts Farnham, February 2016

'Art, Anatomy and Illness: A Medical Photographer's Guide', University for the Creative Arts Farnham, February 2015

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