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Rory Carnegie

Project Photographer

“At this stage of my career, I find myself increasingly drawn towards collaborations and enabling others to work creatively and photographically."

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Rory Carnegie is a highly accomplished photographer

His interests range from photojournalism published in newspapers, magazines and books to artwork exhibited in galleries to programmes and campaigns on behalf of the least privileged in society. He’s won a string of prestigious awards including the D&AD, two golds at the AOP and the Sony World Photography.


Rory regularly teaches photographic practice and theory to Oxford University’s Chevening Research Fellowship and earlier ran a five-year writing and photographic course for young asylum seekers. He devised and created the National Crime Agency’s campaign to highlight modern slavery which involved a touring exhibition ending at Westminster Abbey and an online exhibit that had over nine million engagements. Working with people who’ve experienced homelessness, he recreated a series of iconic British images giving them new life and poignancy.

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