Known for Photography
|Name Laura Pannack|
|Born 12 June 1985 (age 30) (1985-06-12) |
Awards World Press Photo Award for Portraits
Nicer tuesdays photography laura pannack
Laura Pannack (born 12 June 1985) is a British social documentary and portrait photographer, based in London. Pannack's work is often of children and teenagers.
- Nicer tuesdays photography laura pannack
- Laura pannack the walks fullbleed
- Education and career
- Publications with contributions by Pannack
- Solo exhibitions
- Selected awards
Her work has been shown in three solo exhibitions and contributed to a couple of publications. She has received a number of awards, including a first place in the World Press Photo Awards in 2010 and the Vic Odden Award from the Royal Photographic Society in 2012.
Laura pannack the walks fullbleed
Education and career
Pannack gained a degree in editorial photography at the University of Brighton; studied a foundation course in painting at Central Saint Martins College of Art, London; and studied a foundation course at London College of Communication.
In 2011 Pannack was included in Creative Review's Ones to Watch list and in 2013 in The Magenta Foundation's Emerging Photographers list.
She works commercially and on self initiated personal projects, her subjects often being "young people and teenagers". Her work has been a feature in Wired, Esquire Kazakhstan, Hotshoe, British Journal of Photography, Creative Review and Time. It has been used to illustrate articles in The Sunday Times, Le Monde, Time, The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. She has worked commercially for The Mental Health Foundation, Save the Children, Oxfam, Dove, Samsung, Barclays and Vodafone.
Pannack's notable personal projects include The Untitled, Young Love and Young British Naturists, For her personal work Pannack largely uses a film camera, at one time a Bronica 645 medium format camera and more recently a Hasselblad 6×6.