Ollie Harrop b.1980
Since graduating from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2003, Ollie Harrop has been working as a freelance photographer.
In 2007 he interned at Magnum Photo Agency and was featured in the Royal Photographic Society Journal as an up and coming photographer. In 2009 he was featured in Time Out and the BJP for his project 'All That Glitters Is Gold', and held 4 shows of the series.
He is currently shooting his next long-term documentary in East London, and has recently been published in Creative Review, the British Journal of Photography, The Big Issue, BBC Arts, The Guardian and Phaidon.
His commercial work covers architecture, events and portraiture. Clients include the Freud Museum, Orchid, Wateraid, 69 Colebrooke Row, Angular Records and Gaggle.
He is also the events organiser for Contact Editions, a company that supports emerging and established photographers through print sales and events to promote new work.
R O O M Gallery, London. 2009. All That Glitters is Gold
The Emporium, Bristol. 2009. All That Glitters is Gold
The Oubliette, Mayfair, London, 2009. All That Glitters Is Gold
The Nunnery, London 2010. Chopsticks Optional
BAT Pack, London 2010. Mile End Arts Pavillion
Join, London 2010. Floor Ten Gallery
Still City, London 2010. R O O MGallery
Print Sales, London 2010. The Living Room W1
The Balfron Project, London 2011. The Nunnery
Connection Point London, London 2011. SE1 Project Space
BAT Pack II, London 2011. Mile End Arts Pavilion
25th Anniversary Art Auction, London 2011. The Freud Museum
Two Peacocks, Newcastle 2011. Gallery North
Royal Photographic Society Journal, Coming Up Fast, Dec 2007
Time Out, 2 page feature in news section, Jan 2009
Creative Review, 2010
Flux Magazine, 2010
Twin Factory, 2010
British Journal of Photography - Interview, 2010
Contact Editions, 2010
The Big Issue, 2010
Phaidon Agenda, 2011
British Airways Highlife, 2011
The Guardian, 2011