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Welcome to The Graduate Photography Network


Founded in 2018 by a group of photography graduates from the University of Central Lancashire as a way to maintain their community and creative network beyond University. Today Two Forty Four is a rapidly expanding community of creative graduates from across the north west working together to support, help and promote one anothers practice. As a Network, Two Forty Four offers our members ways of improving and growing their work from feedback seminars and expert talks to collaborative opportunities and workshops.

If you are looking for a community of like minded creatives connected by their shared experience at university, then look no further, Two Forty Four is your photography network.

Our Members

The Backbone of our Community, the Heart of our Network

Member Spotlight

Calum HeyWood

Manchester based photographer, UCLan graduate and MMU post-grad student. Specialising in portraiture and documentary photography using both analogue and digital methodologies.

Latest Blog Posts

Calum

Hi everyone, Calum Heywood here for the last time this week. For the last post of my takeover I wanted to share something a little different with portraits of myself that other people had taken from a social distance. This almost brings the project full circle and shows the behind the camera. This acts as […]

Kenny Brown: The Lockdown life of a Photographer

As Greater Manchester heads towards Tier 3 of the Governments new set of lockdown restriction, I find myself asking how much worse 2020 can get. I’ve also started looking forward to 2021, albeit with the same level of trepidation as a first time skydiving student, who finds themselves in that ‘arse-twitching’ moment between pulling the […]

Hebden Bridge Photowalk

These images are a collection from a photo walk around Hebden Bridge with Naomi Lee Voss. We planned the walk as a way to connect with other creatives. I set myself the goal of approaching people and asking to take their portraits from a social distance as a lot of the people I had shot […]