Andrew Watson was born in North Yorkshire and studied photography at Derby College of Art. He moved to London to working in photography within community arts at Ed Berman’s Interaction based in Camden.
For a 10 year period the ‘80s he used colour printing expertise gained at Derby and on study trips to the USA to teach a broad range of colour processes at London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design. He now teaches on the BA Fine Art course and is Course Leader of MA Photography at Central Saint Martins. His long term interest in landscape photography led him to work in collaboration with Simon Callery on the Segsbury Art and Archaeology project which was shown at the Natural History Museum in Oxford in 1997.
He is currently working on projects which look at the impact of windfarms on the British landscape. As part of this work he is making an environmental impact audit of the projects as they progress with the aim of encouraging the use of impact audits in art and design curricula.
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All images © Andrew Watson
Segsbury Project © Simon Callery / Andrew Watson