I'm pleased to report that the MAP6 photography collective invited me to join today.


MAP6 describes itself as "10 photographers working together to learn, experiment and make new work about the complex relationship between people and place. Annually, the group travels to a place new to everyone, and over the course of a week the group works to form a collective, photographic impression of that place through its landscape and people".


Work by MAP6 has been featured by the British Journal of Photography and the BBC, and appeared in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.



Right-hand page: photo by MAP6 member Heather Shuker, selected for Portrait of Britain, from MAP6 collective's The Shetland Project.