Murray Ballard

© Murray Ballard – Wildflower planting, Craven Wood, Whitehawk Hill. From the series One Planet City: Land Use and Wildlife. Commissioned by FotoDocument for Brighton Photo Biennial 2014.

Murray Ballard is a British photographer based in Brighton. In 2011 The British Journal of Photography recognised him as ‘one to watch’, following his debut solo show, The Prospect of Immortality, at Impressions Gallery, Bradford. In 2016 GOST Books published an extensive monograph of the project, which was shortlisted for the Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation – First Book Award.

His work is widely exhibited throughout the UK, as well as internationally including showcases in Mexico City, Korea, and most recently The Benaki Museum as part of Athens Photo Festival.

Also, his photographs have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including: Esquire, FT Weekend, GEO, GQ, The Guardian, The Independent, Le Monde, The Telegraph, The Times, Wired, plus photography journals: 6 Mois, 8, Dummy, The British Journal of Photography, Photoworks Annual and HotShoe.








Waiting Rooms


Murray Ballard website