June 17th - 22nd at The Princes Drawing Gallery, London.
Exhibition of work from 'The Rural Eye' documentary project at Prince Charles' prestigious London gallery.
The Rural Eye
An exhibition of work from my long term agricultural documentary project 'The Rural Eye'.
Opening night - 7th June 2013
Exhibition runs for one week.
Keele Three Counties Open Photographic Competition 2013
Won the 'Highly Commended' Prize.
Once piece entered and accepted, and was included in the annual month long exhibition at The Keele University Art Gallery.
February 27th - March 27th 2013.
Room At The Top Arts Cafe
Solo exhibition featuring 26 framed pieces from across my photographic practices.
March 1st - April 1st 2012.
Keele Three Counties Open Photographic Competition 2012
Achieved two successful entries and was included in the annual month long exhibition at The Keele University Art Gallery.
February 27th - March 27th 2012.
NULC Summer Exhibition 2012
A major exhibition after successful completion of a Foundation Degree in Contemporary Art at Newcastle Under Lyme Art College.
Victoria Mill Solo Exhibition
A two month long exhibition at the popular Victoria Mill Arts Venue in Congleton, Cheshire, featuring over 30 pieces of work created during my photographic and fine art studies.
May and June 2011.
Keele Three Counties Open Photographic Competition 2011
Achieved successful entry and was included in the annual exhibition at The Keele University Art Gallery.
March 26th - February 26th 2011.
Studio-0 Group Exhibition Collective exhibition with 12 other artists and makers. This showcased four photographs made during a week long studio residency during which time I explored Congleton for the first time, as a stranger with a camera.
'What Shropshire Means to Me' Photographic Competition
Successful entry into the Exhibition at Shrewsbury Castle for the Princes Trust and sponsored by Muller.
Achieved 'Highly Commended' Award.
'Engineering For Life' National Photography Competition
Achieved the award for 'Highly Commended Runner-Up' and was featured in an engineering themed photography exhibition at Cardiff University.
August 2010 (competition) and November 2010 (exhibition).
Lee William Hughes is a member of the Association of Photographers, est. 1968.
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