Kofi Annan at the Blavatnik School of Government

Posted on 15th June 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

On the 2nd June the Blavatnik School of Government hosted a special guest – Mr. Kofi Annan. The former Secretary-General of the United Nations conversed with the school’s Dean , Ngaire Woods, about the role of the UN in the 21st Century. The event itself began on a light note with a joke on the […]

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Professor Noam Chomsky at St. Antony’s College

Posted on 10th June 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

Professor Noam Chomsky of MIT was awarded the 2016 Gold Medal by the Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain Cultural Foundation, during an award ceremony held at St. Antony’s College, Oxford, on the 2nd June. The event comprised an official tree-planting ceremony, an expression of affection and appreciation from the people of Kuwait to the College, and a […]

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MATCH POINT – An exhibition in Chipping Norton

Posted on 25th May 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

I will be exhibiting a new series of photographic prints inspired by lawn tennis at The Chipping Norton Theatre Gallery from 31st May- 22nd June. The series comprises 12 unique images. Each work is a constructed photograph depicting everyday objects – such as scourers or paper- that bring to mind elements of tennis staging: the […]

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An evening at Marketing Camp

Posted on 28th April 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

There’s nothing quite like spending an evening by the fire, with a glass of wine in hand. Right? Last night, David, Sophie and I, together with fellow ‘campers’ made our way to Oxford’s Marketing Camp, held at the Jericho Tavern. David took centre stage, and presented his “5 steps to Creating Awesome Hero Images on […]

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An exhibition in the heart of Krakow

Posted on 27th April 2016 By Kinga Lubowiecka

I spent last weekend in the beautiful city of Krakow, soaking up the spring sunshine and exhibiting a new series of photographic images in collaboration with photographer Justyna Gryglewicz. Our project, entitled “Deja-vu” presented photographs of everyday objects, composed in unusual and surprising ways. The show itself took place at The Greenroom Gallery, located a […]

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The Artist is Absent (because she’s in Poland for the weekend)

Posted on 22nd April 2016 By Fisher Studios
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Posted on 10th April 2016 By Fisher Studios

David is the founder, director and first photographer at Fisher Studios. He was born in Australia and emigrated to the UK in his early 20s. Originally headed for Scotland, (his father’s homeland), he settled for the dreaming spires of Oxford due to its proximity to London and other distractions en route! David lives with his […]

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Posted on 10th April 2016 By Fisher Studios

Kinga is an artist and photographer, as well as a graduate of the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford. Before joining Fisher Studios, Kinga successfully ran her own commercial photography start-up, covering events and corporate photography shoots in the UK (Oxford) and Poland (Krakow and Warsaw). In addition to her commercial work, Kinga regularly […]

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Kinga: Here to create

Posted on 31st March 2016 By Fisher Studios

We’d like to introduce our new photographer Kinga Lubowiecka, who recently joined the Fisher Studios team. Kinga is an Oxford-educated artist and photographer with a background in the Fine Arts. Her local knowledge of the city and university mean she is the one to ask about the most photogenic places and secret enclaves! Before joining […]

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A Back-Up Plan for Photographers using Mac

Posted on 29th March 2016 By David Fisher

At Fisher Studios, the key risks to our data are: Hard-drive or equipment failure Fire or theft User error We mitigate against all three risks by using a combination of the following. 1. Time Machine (TM) – This is an excellent solution to the risk of user error and drive failure. It backs up automatically every […]

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