Falmouth University is presenting the award winning and internationally renowned photographer Philip Blenkinsop’s first ever UK exhibition. Running from Monday 7 January to Saturday 12 January at The Poly in Falmouth. Tickets are available for Philip Blenkinsop In Conversation with Harry Hardie for £10. Get your ticket as soon as possible from The Poly on 01326 319461 or visit: www.thepoly.org 
Blenkinsop has won a Visa d’or award three times and his images of the Hmong tribe in Laos for The Sunday Times Magazine won him the 2004 Amnesty International’s Photojournalism Prize for Excellence in Human Rights journalism. He currently lives in Thailand.
Keep an eye on the Cartel Photos Blog, Twitter and Facebook for updates about the exhibition. 

Falmouth University is presenting the award winning and internationally renowned photographer Philip Blenkinsop’s first ever UK exhibition. Running from Monday 7 January to Saturday 12 January at The Poly in Falmouth. Tickets are available for Philip Blenkinsop In Conversation with Harry Hardie for £10. Get your ticket as soon as possible from The Poly on 01326 319461 or visit: www.thepoly.org 

Blenkinsop has won a Visa d’or award three times and his images of the Hmong tribe in Laos for The Sunday Times Magazine won him the 2004 Amnesty International’s Photojournalism Prize for Excellence in Human Rights journalism. He currently lives in Thailand.

Keep an eye on the Cartel Photos Blog, Twitter and Facebook for updates about the exhibition.