ESPY TALK | Phrame Collective

Published May 20th 2021.

To celebrate the launch of ESPY’s latest online exhibition, Inner Landscapes by Phrame Collective member, Patricia Ziad, we are pleased that our next talk will be led by members of Phrame Collective. The talk will explore ideas of collectivism and the history of the group, and their hopes and goals surrounding equality and inclusivity.


Phrame Collective was co-founded in 2018 by Celia Jackson and Lisa Edgar, with the aim to promote and support emerging female photographers and females working in photography in the South Wales area. Phrame is open to everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, class or creed. The collective offers a warm welcome, shared expertise and energy, and an empowering, inclusive atmosphere to all. Phrame Wales seeks to amplify individuals under-represented in photography in South Wales. Promoting equality, opportunity and excellence in photography, it is led by the concerns, values and vision of its members.


Some members of the collective are also currently exhibiting works in Ode to Anna at Llantanarm Grange Arts Centre, a photographic exhibition inspired by the work of Anna Atkins, one of the first female photographers and a pioneer of the cyanotype process.  The exhibition is open till the 19th of June.

The talk will be led by Molly Caenwyn & Savanna Dumelow


Join us through this link.




Instagram: @phramewales


The talk will be held via zoom on Wednesday 26th of May, 7:30 pm (gmt), will last for approximately one hour and is free to join.


Please note all talks will be recorded and then uploaded to YouTube at a later date.


Published May 19th 2021.

Welsh Cameraless Photographer, Patricia Ziad showcases her latest landscape works in ESPY's Online Gallery

We are delighted to announce that our third virtual show will feature the work of Wales based artist and photographer Patricia Ziad, and her series of chemigrams works responding to the landscape.

Patricia Ziad is a photographer/artist and works from her studio in Penarth. She specialises in documentary photography and alternative processes. Patricia has an M.A. with a distinction in Documentary Photography from USW Newport. In 2013 she won the Welsh Artist of the Year, Student Award. She was chair of Women’s Arts Wales from 2015-18. A selection of her work is currently on show in ‘Ode to Anna’ with Phrame Wales in Llantarnam Grange Art Centre and she was an exhibitor in the Phrame exhibition “Everywoman” in the Senedd, the National Assembly of Wales. 


Works in the exhibition embody Patricia's close familiarity with the spaces, textures and patterns seen in rural Wales, and how they are resonated in her imagination through the process of using chemigrams - a technique that she has spent years researching and experimenting with where resists and traditional dark room chemicals are used to create an image on light sensitive paper. 

The exhibition will launch on Friday 21st of May in our online gallery

To see more of Patricia's work click here

RED HEAT | Igor Tereshkov

Published April 12th 2021.

Igor Tereshkov, prize winner of ESPY Photo Award 2019 will feature his latest body of work, RED HEAT in a virtual exhibition, opening virtually on the 16th of April.

Igor Tereshkov is a Moscow region based artist and photographer (b.1989, Energodar) and studied documentary photography and photojournalism, at Docdocdoc School of Modern Photography in Saint-Petersburg, in 2019’s graduate course “Experiences of Contemporary Photography”. Working in mixed media including documentary photography, experimenting with different photo process and mediums. Igor often researches themes of environment, ecology and the anthropocene.

Visit the Exhibition here

ARTIST TALK: 28th of April, 7:30 pm (gmt).


Instagram: @tereshpoto

WALLS OF PUTIN | Eduard Korniyenko

Published April 12th 2021.

Eduard Korniyenko, prize winner of ESPY Photo Award 2019 will feature his latest body of work, WALLS OF PUTIN in a virtual exhibition, opening virtually on the 16th of April.

Born in Stavropol, Russia, in 1974. Eduard Korniyenko became a professional photographer in 2000. In 2002 he joined the Russian Union of Journalists. At present Korniyenko is a full-time photo-correspondent for regional news agency Pobeda26 and a REUTERS Contractor Photographer. His work as a photojournalist has focused on developments in Northern Caucasus, which has experienced ethnic and intercultural conflict and political and economic instability.

Visit the exhibition here

ARTIST TALK: 21st of April, 7:30 pm (gmt).


Instagram: @ ed.korniyenko

ESPY Features

Published April 4th 2021.

ESPY are now seeking instagram submissions.

For more details on how to submit, click here