Phil Hill is a photographer, based in London.
Phil Hill is a photographic artist whose practice is concerned with narrative interpretation, connection, and identity. Phil has worked extensively with a range of clients internationally and now dedicates his time to producing long form projects and teaching.
Clients include: BBC, UNESCO, AirBnB, Lonely Planet, Condé Nast, Finnair, Garuda Indonesia, Thai Airways, Royal Ontario Museum, Sunday Times Travel Magazine, National Geographic Traveler.
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Unreliable Narrator. Reframing the Archive, International Symposium on Photography and Visual Culture: Time After Time – Pictures between instant and duration, 19 November, 2022, Online. Archivo, 2022.
Communities and Communication Conference – Staffordshire University, 2021.
- Format 22 – East Meets West: March 2022
- Athens Photo Festival 2022: Photobook Exhibition (Unreliable Narrator) – June 8th – July 24th
- PhotoFringe 22 – ‘Rivers, Signals, Miracles’ Phoenix Artspace, Brighton October 6th – 31st
- Regionalgalerie Südhessen, Germany. ‘So Many Things I Thought Forgotten’ – Long Exposure group show with ‘Day Zero’ (WIP).
- Serchia Gallery ‘Read the Room II’ exhibition with ‘Unreliable Narrator’
- Family Ties Network, UCA: ‘Family and Other Ties’
- Realities Constructed, Four Corners Gallery, London.
- Portrait of Humanity: shortlisted
- Shutterhub Open
- Shutterhub Postcards from Great Britain
- Shutterhub Yearbook
- Vice Magazine & Photobook Cafe showcase
- Bristol Photo Festival room
- What Happened Next? Falmouth Landings
- Visual Storytelling Exhibition: Ground Floor, Fleetwalk, Torquay – February 9 – 26.
- Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards: Portrait Prize: Finalist
- Falmouth Landings Group Exhibition – July
- Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition
- Fremantle Portrait Prize
- British Journal of Photography Project Assistance awards
- Portrait Salon