Metro Imaging has a reputation for longstanding collaborative approaches to the photography industry. At it’s core it recognises the need to work closely with individuals and institutions – so it was only natural that the company developed a programme to support projects and organisations by the way of partnerships. The aim is to maximise every opportunity to support and promote the partnership and to engage with the wider creative community.
Each partnership is bespoke and as individual as the group and it’s objectives. Metro Imaging constructs a support network that might include member offers and discounts for production; cross-promotional PR and marketing strategies; competition judging and prize giving to workshop and lecture hosting.
Please email Kate O’Neill for more info.
Shutter Hub, photography organisation that offers support, and networking for creative photographers worldwide. We work with them to provide high-quality opportunities to professionally promote their work, and make new connections via meetups, talks, and exhibitions.
Partners with Fujifilm UK in production for exhibitions, collaborating in photography award and prizes, as well as photography workshops.
Official stockists and promoters of Loupe, photo magazine with an unpretentious style and approachable ethos, a platform for photographers to show and discuss their projects.
Metro teamed up with PYLOT magazine to produce the exhibition of their Issue 8, in collaboration with Fuji Film.
Involved with Black Box Projects, art gallery specialising in contemporary art which is created using photographic materials. Metro have worked closely with their team and artists producing a mix of bespoke frames, fine art Giclée prints and photographic vinyl for exhibitions.
Partnering with SATORI Magazine, to offer visual artists a Mentorship Award, supporting them with professional development, career direction, and industry insight.
Collaborating with Lenscloud, Fine Art Photography platform that aims to democratise art investment for emerging and established collectors, co-creating useful related content.
Metro is one of the sponsors of The Secret Art Prize, presented by Curious Duke Gallery. Award open to all urban and contemporary artists; welcoming disciplines of painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, and photography.
Metro works closely with the artists, supporting throughout the production of installations and exhibitions. Hospital Rooms is an arts and mental health charity that transform locked and secure wards with museum-quality artwork.
Metro are proud to be partners with Autograph, supporting throughout the production of exhibitions. The photography and film Art Gallery explores identity, representation, human rights, and social justice.
Metro supports Accumulate, a youth charity empowering homeless people through creativity, by collaborating in photography workshops.
Sponsoring First Women by printing exhibition materials for the First Women Project. The partnership was formed after Metro featured the project in 2014 following a creative consultation to review the First Women Portfolio.
Metro works in collaboration with Made in Arts London offering mentorship programmes, partner discounts, and talks to encourage and support emerging photographers.
Industry partners with BSAA, a professional development organisation that helps artists, gallerists and other creative professionals thrive in the art market.
Proud supporter of the celebrated Free Range annual exhibitions, providing mentorship and sponsorship as part of The FR Awards
Official Print Sponsor for Life Framer’s renowned annual photography exhibitions and host to their monthly judging sessions.
Official Print Sponsor of Portrait Salon since 2011 and one of the hosts of Portrait Salon’s 2016 Exhibition Tour
Official Print and Framing Partner for Brighton Photo Fringe since 2012, providing mentorship award and professional development talks
Collaborating on many of The Photographers Gallery’s exhibitions and events over the past few years including Terrence Donovan’s Retrospective Show, Punk London, and their Folio Friday programme