Black Lives Matter: Analogue Television Episode

By Paul McKay

Black Lives Matter in Film Photography

This week we put in a bonus Analogue Television episode, with three fantastic Black film photographers based here in the UK. We discussed their artistic journeys into film photography and their current work, as well as how the Black Lives Matter movement resonates with their personal experience and hopes for the future.

You have two options for enjoying the show! The first is to view via YouTube catch-up, where you will also be able to see the live chat conversation with the community 'as it happened'. And the second is a purely audio format - as the Sunny16 podcast folk have released the sound file as this week's episode.

Watch on YouTube

Listen to the Audio

Follow the Artists

The Instagram handles of the three artists:

- Rob LCP -

- Eric Toribio -

- Tina Rowe -


For more of Tina's work head to her website -

For more of Eric's work head to his YouTube channel -

To join Rob's photowalks head to:

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On Instagram: @ramonjamar_ @renellaice @baronimages

Ingrid Pollard. Incredible landscape photographer. Exceptionally knowledgeable about alt processes.

Women in photo

Authority collective for women, non binary BAME photographers. Very active community

Carrie Mae Weems. Basically the queen of art photography

Mfonfoto photographers of the African diaspora

Sandra Harper. Cool photographer excellent human

Paul Halliday. Runs Urban Photo at Goldsmiths. Smart interested and interesting

Autograph the association of Black photographers. One of the best galleries in the UK showcasing the work of BAME photographers from around the world

Heineken don't make darkrooms but if they did... My darkroom. BW, colour, altprocess, superb humans

Douglas Nicolson., We share the studio and he's the best. Highly experimental, really smart and thoughtful and he puts up with me.

Deb Willis and the tisch school of arts

And the studio museum in Harlem.

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