Alan Dein and Philipp Ebeling

Alan Dein is an award-winning freelance BBC Radio documentary feature presenter, oral historian and projects consultant. Recent commissions include the BBC, The British Library, The Museum of London, The Royal Parks, Camden Council, English Heritage and The Guardian. Between 2004 – 2008 he was the co-ordinator of the Heritage Lottery Funded King’s ‘Cross Voices’, a major oral history exploration of London’s King’s Cross. Alan is a Committee Member at The Oral History Society.

 

Philipp Ebeling, born in Germany, is a freelance documentary and portrait photographer in London. He completed a BA in photography at the London College of Communication in 2002.His regular editorial clients include the Observer and Guardian magazines, Time Out, Dazed & Confused, and LeMonde and others. His latest project, the Fishbar is a space for new photography in East London, opened with an inaugural exhibition after extensive renovations in December 2010. Philipp runs the project together with his partner and fellow photographer Olivia Arthur.

Alan Dein and Philipp Ebeling

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