London-born, award-winning photographer Graham John Bell’s visual arts education led him to being a part of the early study in the Strobism movement (late ‘80s). He later studied the mastery of photography at UCLA, where he was awarded top honors. Bell’s work captures a moment in time, a micro second of history that will never be repeated. Press has described it as “transporting with a certifiably magic eye that unfolds journeys of identity that bushwack through urban jungles and embrace our most seductive dreams.” His extensive experience in international music culture has shaped a unique cultural perspective, while allowing him behind-the-scenes access to capture photos that few others have.
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Master’s Showcase, was awarded top honor for “Mastery and Excellence in Photography” (2008)
From My Mother’s Womb, Skid Row portraiture series, Los Angeles, CA 2011
“Neighborhood” series print featured in launch of Arcade Fire’s Suburbs album – Times Square, New York 2010
Smashbox Studio’s, Face Off Final 50, photo competition and exhibit (2010, 2011, 2012)