Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert grew up in Scotland, where on his 13th birthday he received the gift of a camera. A few years later Jeremy subsequently became a UK based freelance photographer for editorial, corporate and NGO clients.
His work has appeared in magazines such as Time, National Geographic, Italian Geo, Le Figaro, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, and many others. For the past decade Jeremy has been one of the principal photographers for Greenpeace International. In recent years Jeremy was based in Japan, but missing the raw weather has now relocated back to his home country of Scotland.
His work has taken him to over 100 countries, as far flung as Antarctica and Outer Mongolia. His personal and commissioned work, for which he has been the recipient of photojournalism awards, has been widely published and exhibited in Europe and USA.
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2017 – 2018 – ‘North Sea Fishing’, tour of Scottish
east coast. Nine venues.
2017 - ‘Beyond The Border’, a Document Scotland group show, Berwick Visual Arts, Berwick Upon Tweed, England.
2017, ‘Shipbuilding’, Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock.
2016, ‘Govan/Gdansk’ group show, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow.
2016, ‘Common Ground’ (group show), The Millennium Centre, Cardiff, Wales.
2015- Spring 2016 'The Ties That Bind', Document Scotland group show, at Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Autumn 2014, ‘Common Ground’, a Document Scotland group show, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, Scotland.
Summer 2014, ‘Beyond The Border’, a Document Scotland group show, Impressions Gallery, Bradford, England.
September 2013, ‘Roma of Sintesti’, Sofia Photography Festival, Bulgaria. - September 2012, ‘Roma of Sintesti’, Bursa Photo Festival, Turkey.
Summer 2012, ‘World Vision on Beijing’, Barbican, London.
2009, ’25 Years of Photography from the National Collection’, National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK.
2007, ‘Satra: The Gypsies of Sintesti’, Konica Minolta Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
2006, ‘Whaling in the Southern Ocean’, Foreign Correspondents Club, Tokyo, Japan.
2006 ‘TokyoLand’, Foreign Correspondents Club, Tokyo, Japan
2006 ‘TokyoLand’, Konica Minolta Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
2005 HPA Awards Entry, UN Pavilion, EXPO2005 , Aichi, Japan and UNESCO HQ in Paris, France, 2005.
2002 The Gypsies of Sintesti, Open Society Institute, Washington DC, USA. - 2001 Masterpieces of Photography from Scotland (Group show), Forbes Magazine Gallery, New York, USA.
Oct 2001-Jan 2002 The Fine Art of Photography (group show), Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
2000 The Art of Documentary (group show), Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
1999 ‘New Soviet Photography’, (group show), Leica Gallery, New York, USA.
1999 Moving Walls (group show), Open Society Institute, New York, USA.
1995 Light From The Darkroom, (group show), Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
1992 ‘Albania-The Felix Man Award’, National Museum of Photography Film and Television, England, UK.
2014, Creative Scotland grant to Document Scotland.
2013, 2013, 2015, 2016 Participating artist in ‘World Vision on Beijing’ photography project, Beijing, China.
2007, ‘Encouragement Award’, Shinpusha Publishing, Tokyo, Japan.
2006 UNESCO Humanity Photography Awards commendation, China.
2004 2x 3rd Prize, UNESCO Humanity Photography Awards, China.
2002 Scottish Arts Council grant, UK.
1994 2nd Prize, Paul Jenks Memorial Photojournalism Award, Recontres Photographiques de Normandie, France.
1993 2nd prize, David Hodge Memorial / Observer Young Photographers Award, England, UK.
1992 Felix Man Memorial Photojournalism Award, National Museum of Photography, England, UK.
1991 The Sunday Times Ian Parry Memorial Award for Photojournalism, England.
St. Andrew's University Special Collections photo archive, St. Andrew's, Scotland. The Scottish Photography Archive, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.
The National Museum of Photography, Film, Television, Bradford, England, UK.
The Navigator Foundation, Massachusetts, USA - Standard Life Investments, Edinburgh, Scotland.