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James Duncan Clark is a photographer and writer currently living and working in London. After completing a BA in Photography at Winchester School of Art and working in the digital advertising industry, he went on to complete a Masters at the London College of Communication. His MA project, Direction of Travel, received a MACK/MAPP Books commendation and was subsequently shown at The Photographers' Gallery in FreshFaced+WildEyed2014. The Direction of Travel newspaper publication has featured at photobook fairs in the UK, Denmark and Japan.

In 2017, his collaboration with glass artist Cathryn ShillingFrom Songbirds and Squirrels, was selected to feature at the British Glass Biennale.

James's writing has appeared regularly in contemporary photography magazines such as Hotshoe, Of The Afternoon and Splash and Grab.

James is the Digital Communications Manager at the sustainability charity Bioregional, having previously worked at cultural institutions including the Natural History Museum and Dulwich Picture Gallery.


“In both form and content, Direction of Travel is a valuable addition to the debate of this territory. We need these independent voices and signs.”
- Iain Sinclair
Above: 'Direction of Travel' installation at The Photographers' Gallery, London 2014. Photo by Kate Elliot.