Hothouse arrives in the Steel City in June for a daylong celebration of photographic talent from Yorkshire and beyond. Throughout the day there will be short presentations from photographers about their recent work and projects, plus ample opportunity for networking and portfolio review. You're welcome to drop in for an hour or two, or stay for the whole event - but please register to be sure of getting a place.


You are also welcome to bring your portfolio or photobook(s) for showing on the day, more details of which can be found here. 

During the lunch break, Redeye will be hosting an exclusive Q&A session. This is your chance to network and feedback about what support photographers in the Yorkshire region need. Share with us what kind of provisions there already are for photography and what you would like to see brought to the area. What do you want to see Redeye do in Yorkshire?

Here is the full line-up for the day.

10:30 - 11:30

Richard Ellis

Nicola Davison Reed 

Philip Singleton      

Jeremy Abrahams

12:00 - 13:00

Al Brydon

Grace Jackson

Stuart Hyde      

Michele Selway - Tin Type Trailer  

13:00 - 14:00  Lunch  - Redeye Q&A

14:00 - 15:00

Tom Carver

Guille Ibanez                                              

Michelle Granger Robertson                                                

Natasha Ullah                                        

15:00 - 15:30   Afternoon Break

15:30 -15:45

 Fleur Olby

15:45 - 16:30

The event culminates with a talk and Q&A with Mark Harvey                                         

Mark Harvey is a freelance photographer based in Sheffield, working throughout the UK on commercial and social documentary projects. He is the current artist in residence at Bank Street Arts in Sheffield and his work focuses on social issues, often capturing images that are difficult to obtain such as homelessness, substance misuse, prison and protests. For the past three years, Mark has worked on a voluntary basis supporting the Cathedral Archer Project in Sheffield, a charity that supports people that are homeless, rough sleeping or vulnerable by delivering a weekly photographic activity.

Who is it for?

Whether you have a passion for new photography, want to discover new emerging photographers, or simply the opportunity to meet and network with other photographers, enthusiasts and industry professionals, this event aims to have something for everyone. You can drop in for an hour or stay for the whole day.

If you would like to show your work at Hothouse in Sheffield please click here for details on how to apply, deadline 3rd April 2017.  All attendees are welcome to bring a portfolio on the day; find out more about that here.

The Roco

Roco is Sheffield’s dedicated Creative Hub, set up to support the growth and development of Sheffield’s Creative Industries. Roco is a Community Benefit Society owned by its members.

Roco Creative Co-op opened in November 2015 and has transformed 3 of a row of 7 listed Georgian terrace houses into a hub for Sheffield’s designers, artists and makers. With an independent design store, deli, bookshop, galleries, studios and cafe bar they have set about building a vibrant space where work and play easily mix.


This event starts at 10:30 on 10th June until 16:30. Doors open at 10:00.


This event takes place at Roco Creative Coop, 342 Glossop Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2HW. The venue is fully accessible.


This event is free, but booking is essential. Please register via the link below. It is also possible to make a donation at the time of registering, which helps to support our future programme of events.

Please note our terms and conditions including our refund policy.

Image: TinType Trailer, Michele Selway 

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