Photography Masterclasses with Christopher Barr


Beginning Sunday 25 March 2018, 11am-2pm


Stage 1 – Beginner

Using manual, ISO, aperture)

4 Week Duration


Stage 2 – Intermediate 1

Printing, colour correction, lenses, portfolio review, copyright

3 Week Duration


Stage 3 – Intermediate 2

Street photography, documentary, landscape and portrait

3 Week Duration


Stage 4 – Advanced

Portfolio building, beginning a comprehensive body of work, how to apply for grants both NI and Ire. Specialised training in a broad mix of areas. Can be both one-to-one or group-based.

6 Month Duration


Stage 1-3 £140/£130 with early booking before 17 March

Stage 4 £430


To book please email or phone +44 (0)28 71308080


Chistopher Barr Biography


Christopher is an Irish fine-art photographer who divides his time between teaching, research and working on film/tv and also editorial commissions. Barr's practice is mainly based on interrogating the narrative of displaced identity. Barr completed an MFA with distinction at the Belfast School of Art in 2014.  Exhibitions include 4th International Photography Festival 2016, where he was one of six photographers representing the Uk, Void Gallery Derry,  curated by Mark Wallinger 2015. University of Ulster 2015/2016, Pingyao Photo Festival China 2014, Backlight Photo Festival Finland, 2014, Le point Art Organization, Aleppo 2015, Gallery of Photography Dublin 2014/2013 Dali Photofestival China 2015. Belfast Exposed, Belfast 2014. He is represented in the collections of the University of Ulster and the University of Namibia. Barr also curates, his last work was within the Ulster Design Festival 2015 where he Programmed the photography element of the Festival, this included artists such as Paul Seawright, Mark Wallinger, Ken Grant and Donovan Wylie. His first book, Come Talk Your Heart Gamsberg Mcmillan/New Namibia Press 2004. In December 2017 Barr was featured artist in American Suburb X with his series Dad, a Very Public Death.