The venue for the exhibit is nearly organised and will be revealed in early 2014 and I’m looking forward to the event. Unfortunately I can’t show you any of the images from collection until July next year, but I can show you an outake from my photoshoot with Lord Mayor of Liverpool Gary Millar below.
If you would like to attend the exhibition private viewing 7pm 24th July 2014 you can Purchase Tickets on the Exhibition Main Page. Tickets are £15, which will include drinks, canapé’s and talk from myself about the work. All proceeds from the exhibition will be donated to UNICEF.
With only three days to go I have been busy making the final preparations for the Exhibition. The last prints arrived today from DS Colour Labsin Manchester, and I have been busy framing.
Posters are now up all over Liverpool and I am hoping to have a good turn out on Friday and Saturday. Raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support, meeting new people and receiving feedback on my latest projects.
2012 marks my 10th year as a professional photographer and to celebrate the occasion I have decided to hold an exhibition of my work. Showcasing some of my personal unseen catalog and would like to extend an open invitation.
The exhibition will be HELD OVER TWO DAYS at the Bluecoat Gallery in Liverpool with a private viewing on Friday 20th July from 7-9:30pm and will be open to the public on the following day Saturday 21st from 10-4:00pm.
If you would like to attend the private viewing email me places are limited. Tickets for the Private Viewing are £10 with all proceeds being donated to Macmillan Cancer Charity. I will be giving a talk about the work and my career in the industry and their will be a glass or two of wine or beer to numb the pain of the talk, which I trust will not be too boring.
Rory Lewis, has spent the last decade honing his craft as a self taught commercial, fashion, portraiture and editorial photographer. This is his first exhibition of a cross section of his body or work in the home town of Liverpool and represents his first ten years of his life through the lens.