William Henry Carter
After graduating with a bachelors degree in Photography at one of the UK’s leading and reputable art schools, William immediately went onto gain valuable experience working as an intern for high-profile publishing houses in London. With the aim of continuing to develop his creative practice, he entered into a career in teaching and working with young artists, graduating as a fully qualified lecturer whilst managing a very successful and nationally commended teaching programme. William returned to London to develop his professional arts practice further by being accepted to study MA Photography at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design. He continues to develop and work on project based research in his London based studio. A practice that remains lens based at its core, he continues to challenge the framework of photography within a physical and philosophical context. Regular updates and news can be found on his website.