The third session in Redeye's newest programme of Critique Surgeries, aimed at photographers looking for informal advice on their work or practice.

We are delighted to announce guest panelists Intern Magazine's Photography Editor Hollie Myles and Document Scotland Photographer Colin McPherson. Currently free for Redeye members, these sessions are programmed quarterly to provide regular informal support to photographers from Redeye and experts in the field. 

Who is it for? 
The critique surgeries are designed to be informal arenas for photographers who are looking for feedback and advice. Maybe you are struggling for inspiration, have hit a dead end with your latest project or you simply want advice on where, or who, to show your work to. These sessions are designed as a friendly alternative to portfolio reviews, and can be used to prepare your portfolio for an upcoming review or competition. Redeye welcomes photographers at all levels and at all career stages. 

How much is it? 
The Critique Surgeries are programmed quarterly and are currently free for Redeye members. To find out more about becoming a member go to our membership page. Price for non-members is £20 (the equivalent to five months membership if you decide to join instead). 

Space is limited so please book on to a specific time slot. If you are unable to attend your appointment please let Charlie Booth know in advance at as soon as possible. The Critique Surgeries are a regular addition to our events programme, with surgeries every few months and in different locations across the Country. If you would like Redeye to host a Critique Surgery in your City please get in touch with Charlie at the above email address.

About the Panelists

Born in Edinburgh, Colin McPherson has been photographing at home and abroad for a quarter of a century. He undertakes long-term projects alongside commissions and assignments for a number of newspapers and magazines and is represented by the Corbis agency. In 2012, he was a founder member of the Document Scotland photography collective. His work is published internationally and held in archives and collections such as the Scottish national photographic archive. His photography has been featured in more than 30 solo and group exhibitions and his project entitled When Saturday Comes is currently on show as part of Document Scotland’s The Ties That Bind exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh from September 2015 until April 2016. He lives in Merseyside. Website:

Hollie Myles is Photography Editor at Intern Magazine, having working with Intern since it was founded in 2012. After graduating from BA photography at MMU in 2012, Hollie moved to Leeds where she interned as a curator's assistant at Leeds Art Gallery as well as co-founding Village, an independent bookstore and gallery specialising in contemporary art, design, fashion and photography books from independent publishers. Since returning to Manchester in 2014 to start an MA in Contemporary Curating, Hollie has worked with organisations such as The Photographers Gallery and Castlefield Gallery and is currently developing projects that look at explorations within the curatorial and photographic fields of the contemporary arts and publishing.

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