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Aspiring photographers see work exhibited at top Hampstead gallery

14:00 10 June 2014

From left to right: Nina Nesbitt, photographer Chloe Thacker and gallery owner Gabrielle du Plooy


. Picture: Nigel Sutton.

From left to right: Nina Nesbitt, photographer Chloe Thacker and gallery owner Gabrielle du Plooy . Picture: Nigel Sutton.

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An exhibition of work from four aspiring photographers has been launched at a Hampstead gallery as part of a London-wide mentoring scheme.

From left to right: Gallery owner Gabrielle du Plooy, conceptual artist Pandemonia and photographer Chloe Thacker
. Picture: Nigel Sutton.From left to right: Gallery owner Gabrielle du Plooy, conceptual artist Pandemonia and photographer Chloe Thacker . Picture: Nigel Sutton.

Zebra One Gallery marked the opening of the Double Exposure Portraits exhibition with a private viewing at the gallery, in Perrin’s Court, on Thursday last week.

Conceptual artist Pandemonia and singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt attended on the night to check out portraits of themselves featured in the collection.

The collection also includes images of Game of Thrones stars Maisie Williams and Laura Pradelska, musician Miles Kane, actor and musician Martin Kemp, Made In Chelsea reality TV star Francis Boulle and The Feeling frontman Dan Gillespie Sells.

It is the culmination of a 10-month project run by YouYou Mentoring, with support from Holborn Studios, giving four young photographers from London and Essex the chance to be mentored by top professionals and to photograph British stars from film, music, arts, sports and TV.

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