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David Gibson is a British street photographer and writer on photography. He was born in Ilford, Essex, and originally worked for several years as a care worker. His early published photographs were of the elderly, children and the disabled, in ‘Community Care’ magazine.

He completed an MA in Photography: History and Culture at University of the Arts in London in 2002. He was one of the earliest photographers to join the In Public street photography collective, founded by Nick Turpin in 2000. As well as his street photography Gibson also leads street photography workshops.

David’s books include The Street Photographer’s Manual (2014) and 100 Great Street Photographs (2017) / Street Photography: a History in 100 Iconic Images (2019). His photography has been published in a number of survey publications on street photography, and exhibited in group exhibitions in Britain (including at the Museum of London, which acquired his work for its permanent collection), at the Museum of the City of New York, and in France, Bangkok and Stockholm.

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Meetings will go through without a break to minimise time in a confined space.