Bettina von Kameke – Founder and Director
Bettina is a professional portrait and Documentary Photographer. Her work investigates enclosed communities, their life, rituals and identities. In the last couple of years, she lived in different communities, observed and experience their way of life.
For example, she travelled on a container ship from England to South Africa; lived in an enclosed order of Benedictine Nuns; travelled with a Circus through the Czech Republic; explored a community of male prisoners at HMP Wormwood Scrubs and many more. She has exhibited worldwide, in London, New York and Berlin. She worked together with well-established names in London, like The Photographers Gallery, Thomas Heatherwick, V&A Museum, and many more.
Also, Bettina is a coach and a teacher. She has been a trainer at the London School of Photography. Her unique personal approach and the willingness to experiment with a range of ideas, methods and approaches create an atmosphere where the students, any age, any background and any level of experience, are inspired and get the maximum pleasure out of their participation.
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