Mike is a documentary and photographer whose practice includes work for charities and NGOs in the UK and worldwide.

After eight years of working as a freelance photographer, he completed a Masters degree in Documentary Photography and Photojournalism in 2013 at the London College of Communication. He is particularly drawn to contemporary social issues including HIV/AIDS in the UK, Africa and SE Asia as well as activism, alternative communities and regenerative agriculture.

Email : mike@mikekear.com

UK Phone : +44 7753 930678

Twitter : @mikekear

LinkedIn : mikekearphotography

Current Location : South Wales

Exhibitions :

Salon/16, Photofusion, London, UK – December 2016 - January 2017
Salon/15, Photofusion, London, UK – December 2015 - January 2016
LIP Exhibition, The Embassy Tea Gallery, London, UK – October - November 2015
NCM Exposed, Photofusion, London, UK – July - August 2015
Salon/14, Photofusion, London, UK – December 2014 - January 2015
SUAS, 8×8, Dublin and Ireland tour – November 2014
Visions of KAOS at Mori+Stein gallery, London, UK – May 2014
Salon/13, Photofusion, London, UK – December - January 2014
31º LCC MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography Final Show, London, UK – December 2013
Great Divides, group show at the Art Pavilion, London, UK – June 2012
Another View, group show at the Art Pavilion, London, UK – June 2011
Loudest Whispers, group show at St. Pancras Hospital, London, UK – March 2011
Baby is Back at Act Art 7, London, UK – May 2009
Pride in Southwark, Menier Gallery, London, UK – February 2009
Baby – The Youth of Today, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Atrium, London, UK – October 2008
A Walk Along the Beach – Thames Series, a private view, Cape Town, South Africa – February 2004
Hank – A Study at Trident, Newbury Street, Boston, MA – September 2000
The Animal Show, group show at Gallery FX, Boston, MA – May - July 2000
NESOP, group show at NESOP, Boston, MA – June - August 2000
Love and Sensuality, group show at First Expressions Gallery, Boston MA – February 2000
Bridgescapes at the Photographic Resource Centre, Boston, MA – November - December 1999

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