An exciting new exhibition showcasing a range of images from some of London’s up and coming photographers opened in Kensington and Chelsea College this week

 ‘Hidden Rivers’ is free to attend, and is the debut exhibition of a group of talented photographers who honed their technical skills and creativity on Kensington and Chelsea College’s BTEC National Diploma in photography, offering a chance to purchase work from new talent.

 Their images are taken from across the genres of fine art, fashion and documentary and embodies a range of photographic concepts, styles and techniques. These include processes dating back to the beginning of photography, right through to digitally generated images, and screen-based work.

Among those exhibiting their work is Gokhan Tanriover – an NHS Doctor who gave up his medical career to purse his passion for photography. ‘I still work really long hours as a photographer, but the difference is I now enjoy it because I’m finally doing something I love.’ said Gokhan. ‘It’s a luxury to do what you love in life, so if you know what that is you should just go for it. I really think it’s important to pursue what makes you happy because you only get one life.’ 

‘Hidden Rivers’ runs from Friday July 18 until Thursday July 24, at the College’s Chelsea Centre Gallery on Hortensia Road, SW10 0QS.

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