I started The Bureau as a creative hub to honour my father, Ken, and his photographic legacy. Our promise is to celebrate analogue photography and its almost forgotten beauty. As I archived Kenʼs work, going through both seen and unseen photographs and stories from his endless adventures, I realised so much more could be done with what he left behind. I wished to find a way for others to pick up where he left off, to continue the analogue adventure, and in doing so, introduce a new audience to the world of analogue.
Now, at The Bureau, the past collides with the present. While we continue to support analogue photography, we also believe that with a pinch of creativity, it can be brought into the present in new and exciting forms. We have created a space for artists and photographers from all walks of life to thrive together, supporting talent in everyone, from the student to the established artist.
Looking forward, we are launching NFT, (Non-Fungible Token), art reworkings of renowned analogue photographs and a collaborative project intertwining one of Ken’s most iconic photographs with the work of 20 artists. In addition to our London office, we are soon opening a second space and gallery in Frome, Somerset.
Would you like to
Although we do not have any vacancies for specific positions at the moment, we are always open to new exciting creatives looking to share their talent. If think you are one of them and would like to join us for an internship or a work experience email Camilla, our Project Manager, explaining how you think you could contribute to The Bureau and attach your CV. We warmly welcome applications from all human beings.