Milo Lethorn (b.1997) based in the United Kingdom.

Education: 

2015-2019: Coventry University

BA (Hons) Photography with International Enhancement, First Class

2018: Karlstad University

Film Studies (VG) and Cultural Studies (VG)

Accolades:

Coventry University - Course Tutor Prize 2019

  • Awarded by the university in recognition of overall academic achievement.

 

Coventry City of Culture Show - Featured Twelve

  • Selected as one of twelve artists whose work is publicly backed and promoted in the lead up to Coventry’s celebration as the 2021 UK City of Culture.

 

BBC Creative - Featured Student

  • Selected to represent the midlands as one of only eight students in the UK working as second-shooter to Martin Parr on-location of his collaboration with the BBC for their 2017 ‘Oneness' ident campaign.

Selected Publications: 

Manifesto for a Studentopia

Before The Blue Passport​

Best Laid Plan

Group Publications:

PGZ2019, a graduate anthology published by Photograd, 2019

  • Manifesto for a Studentopia

 

What's The Weather Like?, a newsprint showcase published by CUPH, 2019

  • Manifesto for a Studentopia

  • (Essay) The Coded Camera: Investigating the Philosophy of Photography's Instrumentality

 

Selected Group Exhibitions:

 

Cream Graduate Showcase, 2019:

  • Manifesto for a Studentopia -print installation

Source Graduate Showcase, 2019:

  • Manifesto for a Studentopia -digital indexing

What’s The Weather Like?, 2019:

  • Manifesto for a Studentopia -photobook and print/sculpture installation

Karlstad University Film Studies, 2018:

  • Beyond Blue Shadows -photofilm screening

The Middle Ground, 2017:

  • Looking For America -moving image installation

Curatorial Experience:

Winter 2018-Spring 2019: What’s The Weather Like? Exhibition (Curation and Production Team)

 

  • A leading role taken in the run-up to the Coventry University Photography BA degree show. This team was crucial to the conceptual and physical framing of this large-scale exhibition that spanned across the city via two galleries and wass connected by a linking series of public-facing work in-between. 

  

 Winter 2016-17: The Middle Ground Exhibition

 

  • A four day public photography exhibition depicting and challenging life in the English Midlands. The work presented responded at varying points upon a self-installed spectrum of documentary and fiction, the arrangement of such sought to disrupt any typical gallery etiquette and encourage informal conversation.