Graham CopeKoga with architect Lord Richard Rogers. Photo: © Dave Shrimpton
GRAHAM COPEKOGA is a British photographer working exclusively with film and the wet plate collodion process. He is known for his portraits of artists, intellectuals and celebrities, which include Professor Stephen Hawking, Sir Terence Conran, John Blakemore, Jason Collingwood, Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto, Sir Terry Farrell, Lord Norman Foster, Natalie Gibson, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Akiko Hirai, Sir Michael Hopkins, Lady Patricia Hopkins, Gabriele Koch, Hajeong Lee, Jennifer Lee, Bruce Oldfield, Phil Rogers, Lord Richard Rogers, Yuta Segawa, Margo Selby, Geoffrey Swindell, Jake Tilson, Jo Tilson, Angela Verdon, Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, Kit Williams, Margaret Howell and Sir Alec Jeffreys.
His work has been published in The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and featured on NBC, Fox News, ITV and BBC television. He holds photography workshops at King's College, University of Cambridge.
Graham CopeKoga's work can be found in private collections in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and Japan.
All photographs on this web site are copyrighted and protected by international laws. The photographs may not be reproduced or manipulated in any form without written permission from Graham CopeKoga.
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