Max Searl.                                                                                                                                              

Bio.
Max Searl (b. 1998) is an editorial and documentary landscape photographer based in Cornwall, United Kingdom. Commercially he is available for comissions throughout the UK, and is available to travel.

In his personal work, he primarily works towards long-form narrative based projects, his work mainly focuses around people and place. He is currently working on his project ‘What are Cornish Boys to do?’, which looks at the social and economic effects of the closure of Cornish mines during the 19th century.


Contact.    
maxsearlphoto@gmail.com
@maxsearl
+44 (0) 7794698507

Selected Clients.                                                                                                          
The Telegraph Magazine, Huck Magazine, Seasalt Cornwall, Yallah Coffee, Dewsign, Mission Code, Mayn Creative, Falmouth University, Porthleven Food Festival, Exeter University amongst others.

Awards.
Palm* Photo Prize 2020 - Shortlist

Publications.
2024 - Selected Mine Works - Orange Press , edition of 100
2022 - Montserrat - Ancient Magic Editions,  edition of 25
2020 - AND 2020 - Then There Was Us
2020 - Let The River Flow - Issue One
2019 - Open - Bloom Publishing
2019 - Kinds of Water - Self Published, edition of 25
2018 - Old Peace - Self Published, edition of  10

Exhibitions.
2024 - Burrow @ The Photobook Cafe, London
2024 - Burrow @ Grays Wharf, Penryn
2022 - Brick by Brick @ Grays Wharf, Penryn
2019 - Kinds of Water @ Small Ships, Falmouth (Solo)
2019 - Graduate Exhibition @ IOP Gallery, Penryn
2019 - Dialogues from Earth @ Fish Factory, Penryn
2019 - Life and Death @ Small Ships, Falmouth
2019 - Analogue Exhibition @ Fish Factory, Penryn
2018 - Currents Exhibition @ Oxford House, London
2017 - Printspace Printswap @ The Printspace, London
2017 - Zines of the World @ Trumans Brewery, London
2016 - Unfamiliar Places @ Chintz Symposium, Falmouth
2016 - Graduate Exhibition @ Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth

Features.
Marino Mag
Nowhere Diary
Black River
Booooooom
Dont Take Pictures
Fiiiirst
Mull It Over
Stay at Home

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All Images © Max Searl, 2024