Paul Lander

Paul Lander - Staff

Associate Head of Photography (Lecturer)

School of Visual Communication

2005 to Present day:

Academically, my main passion is Landscape and Documentary photography, and after many years of documenting and researching Landscape issues I gained a Masters Degree specialising in Man’s degrading interaction with the environment. My exhibitions since range from Landscape studies, to politics, to environmental issues:

Black & White Dog, 1994, - Diabolical Liberty, 1997, - Plantscapes, 2009, - Reflect, 2011.

1983 to 2005:

Professionally: I worked as a Technical demonstrator in Photography at BCU that led to me becoming Principal Technician. My initial training and qualifications are as a studio practitioner. I worked in my own commercial photographic consultancy up until 2002. (Redhead) for many years. My client list included:

British Nuclear Fuels Ltd, National Health Service,

Mitchell & Butlers (Bass), Saucony and the BBC.

I am currently building a data base of Photography companies in Birmingham area to create industrial links as part of a teaching and learning research initiatives

My current research Project is entitles ‘How Green was my valley’. This proposal is a Photographic study of an urban encompassed area in the West Midlands called the Sandwell Valley. It intends to be a landscape documentary, observing the many historical facets and metaphoric layers that contribute to the Valley’s existence in its historic and present day form.

Current Activity
Areas of Expertise
Media Work
Work With Industry
Links and Social Media