An Interview with Jackson Moyles

Event info

An online event with up to 100 places.  


Jackson Moyles is a young landscape photographer from Fife who was joint winner of the BBC's Great British Photography Challenge 2021. During the challenge the six shortlisted amateur photographers were coached by professional fashion and portrait photographer Rankin through a series of challenges encompassing everything from wildlife, street, studio portraiture and sports to landscape and product photography.

Working outside their comfort zones, in unfamiliar photographic genres, the participants had to think on their feet and learn quickly in order to adapt what they already knew to new situations.

This event will feature an interview in which Mark Reeves talks to Jackson about his photography, about what is was like to compete in such a challenge and what he has learned from having to work in different disciplines... and how has it affected his landscape work.  Jackson will also share his experience and views about young people and landscape photography.

Following the interview there will be time for audience members to put questions directly to Jackson.

You can see more of Jackson's work on his website.

Ticket sales will close at 17:00 on 22 September.  When you book you will receive an automated confirmation email with an attachment containing a Zoom link to join the event.  You will not receive any further communication so make sure you retain the joining instructions.

All times are stated in UK time.


Event Organiser

Mark Reeves


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