Photography is the language that lays the foundation for all Cook's artistic practice. He considers himself a social documentary/street photographer artist who is influenced by American masters that pioneered the way before us.

British born photographer Graham Cook graduated from the University of South Wales in Documentary Photography and more recently a Master’s degree in Multidisciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England and since been working within photographic education.

In recent years his personal practice has evolved with the exploration of the diversity of printmaking and media, exposing him to new conceptual ideologies and physical materials. Shooting traditionally on film but not exclusively his point of departure is though his observations of the streets where the viewfinder quietens and simplifies the chaos that surrounds him, creating new narratives and conversations. He has also pointed the camera inwards, exposing his intermit family life by documenting the birth of his children with the combine approach of photographer and father. 

Cook is also co-founder of Concrete Collective and a member of exposure47. 





  • Mini Print Exhibition, Arnolfini Gallery Shop, Bristol, Dec 18.
  • Offset Group Exhibition, The Quarry, Weston-Super-Mare, June 18.

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