The London Alternative Photography Collective was founded in 2013, and is co-directed by artists Melanie King and Almudena Romero. The collective specifically focuses on how analogue and alternative photography processes are used in contemporary art.
The London Alternative Photography Collective organises talks, symposia, exhibitions,
workshops and demonstrations. Through these activities, the London Alternative Photography Collective aims to support practitioners who use traditional photographic processes in new ways. Overall, the London Alternative Photography Collective provides an open platform for knowledge and skill exchange, where artists can develop their ideas and share tips about processes.
Recent projects include the Experiencing Photography exhibition at Brighton Photo Fringe (2016), London Pinhole Festival at Doomed Gallery (2016), Show and Tell at Photofusion (2016),Shadows Symposium at Camberwell College of Art (2015), Capturing Light exhibition at Silverprint (2015) and the Unstable exhibition at FORMAT International Photography Festival (2015).