New Zealand born Peter Herbert photographs the world around him in an idiosyncratic, subjective way that combines elements of composition and colour with varying degrees of abstraction.

The subjects vary but whether it is landscape, portrait, documentary reportage or fantasy, the photographers delight with the camera is always evident.

Peter Herbert attended The Wellington School of Design, New Zealand, where he graduated with a Diploma in Graphic Design.

While working in administration for the NHS Peter Herbert curated over 70 exhibitions in health care locations. These were acknowledged publicised in various magazines including Time Out. During this time he successfully completed the City and Guild Photography Course at the Working Men's College, Kentish Town, London (2003/04). He also attended Birkbeck University of London where he gained a Diploma in Arts Management (2006/07).


Previous photographic exhibitions include:

2005
Altered Spaces Quiet Places    
Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital,London.

2006
Identikitsch  
Flaxton Ptooch, Kentish Town, London.
          
2007                          
Intimate Spaces
First Out Café, London.

2008
Crossroads
Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, London.

Crossroads: Night and Day: photos from cities around the world.
Mario's Cafe, Kentish Town, London.

2010
557 SHADOWS Crypt Gallery, Old St Pancras Church, Euston London

Currently Peter is working on a photographic series titled IMITATIONS OF LIFE which are pure photographic images with reflections linking interrelated subjects to create new meanings out of surface reality.