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Hannah Abel-Hirsch

Hannah Abel-Hirsch joined British Journal of Photography in 2017, where she is currently Assistant Editor. Previously, she was an Editorial Assistant at Magnum Photos, and a Studio Assistant for Susan Meiselas and Mary Ellen Mark in New York. Before which, she completed a BA in History of Art at University College London. Her words have also appeared on Magnum Photos, 1000 Words, and in the Royal Academy of Arts magazine.

Renée Mussai reflects on 2020

Reading Time: 6 minutes The Senior Curator and Head of Curatorial & Collections at Autograph, London, looks back on the year just past: its effects on her outlook; what got her through and what she will leave behind

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Kennedi Carter reflects on 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes Fine-art photographer Kennedi Carter who, this year, became the youngest cover photographer in British Vogue’s history, reflects on the year just gone; what she has learnt and what she will leave behind

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