C4 Journal is a platform dedicated to writing about photography, and the use of the book form as a way of presenting it.

Our aim is to explore and promote exceptional work from all over the world, including that which is often sidelined in more mainstream discussion and debate.

We believe that writing about photography can and should be clear, critical and accessible, and that it should give a voice to work that seeks out new ways of seeing and thinking.

We publish articles and interviews on this site, but also share work that excites us on our Instagram, @c4journal.

Callum Beaney

Co-Founder

Callum is a photographer and writer. He has a background working in cultural heritage, focusing on photography being made in East Asia. His visual work is always changing.

Website
@callum_beaney

Eugenie Shinkle

Co-Founder

Shinkle is Reader in Photography at University of Westminster. She writes for a range of academic and wider contexts and has contributed to platforms such as Aperture, American Suburb X, Foam and Source. Her visual work deals broadly with the relations (political, aesthetic, and material) between vision machines and space.

Website
@eugenieshinkle

Lucy J Rogers

Contributor

Lucy J Rogers is a photographer and writer based in the UK. She is currently undertaking Techne funded doctoral research at the University of Westminster. With a background in sculpture, her writing and practice focus on photography’s role in the construction of space, site and memory.

Website
@lucy_jrogers

Matt Dunne

Contributor

Matt is a photographer and writer living in Melbourne, Australia. He writes for Tending to the Garden, a website exploring photography’s relationship to nature and photography in Australia. He makes photographic work dealing with the complex and problematic relationship between people and nature.

Website
Tending To The Garden
This On That
@matt.dunne

Lillian Wilkie

Contributor

Lillian Wilkie is a writer and editor based in the UK. She is a publisher with Chateau International and organiser for Bound Art Book Fair.

Website
@lillianwilkie

Andy Pham

Contributor

Andy Pham is an American photographer and writer. His photographic practice is mainly a personal response to mental chaos and the human psychological condition, set within the American South, where he lives.

Website
@subtropical_trashcan

Nick Scammell

Contributor

Nick Scammell is an artist and curator, who writes. His writing tends to reflect his artistic practice, which centres on the impermanence of media, memory and word. He has a weakness for books.

Website
@nickscammell_studio

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