Photo gallery: Introducing the Surge Collective – day one

Photographs donated by the Surge Collective will be sold to raise funds for the EDP Norfolk and Lowe

Photographs donated by the Surge Collective will be sold to raise funds for the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal. - Credit: Archant

A group of 16 Norfolk and Suffolk photographers have donated prints to be sold in aid of the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal. This week, the EDP will be profiling each of the photographers involved and their featured work.

Photographs donated by the Surge Collective will be sold to raise funds for the EDP Norfolk and Lowe

Photographs donated by the Surge Collective will be sold to raise funds for the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal. - Credit: Archant

Alexandra Bone is a documentary photographer and videographer based near Wymondham. She undertakes a varied range of projects, and enjoys combining her love of the arts and the environment in her work. Her contributed works include Lost Land, Happisburgh; Beach, Wells-next-the-Sea; Pots, Brancaster Staithe; and Kid's-eye view, Cromer.

Andy Crouch earned his BA in digital photographic media at Cambridge Art School, and has completed a BTEC in art and design at Norwich University of the Arts. He is currently on a long-term photo project about Norfolk titled Norfolk Suite, and has donated the photograph South Pier, Lowestoft.

Matthew Dartford describes himself as a 'full-time illustrator, part time wannabe landscape photographer'. He has contributed a photograph called On Cromer Pier.

Steve Hunt is a Great Yarmouth-born street, documentary and portrait photographer living in Dereham, and has worked for Sky TV, the South Bank Show and Atlantic Records. His image Viva Great Yarmouth! was taken on the beach at Great Yarmouth in the summer of 2013 and references the bygone era of the saucy seaside postcard, with a modern twist.

To see the photographs from today's featured photographers, follow the link at the top right of this story, or see the full gallery of all Surge Collective members here.

Find out more about the Surge Collective and the flood appeal fundraiser.Four photographers from the Surge Collective will be profiled from Tuesday to Friday this week.

The Surge Collective's exhibition and charity sale takes place from Friday to Sunday at the Forum. It is open from 9am to 5pm daily, and photographs will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

To donate, send cheques made payable to the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal to: Flood appeal, Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich NR1 1RE.


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