Burning scrap, Gorbals, 1993£250.00 – £350.00
Kvaerner shipyard, Govan, 1993£250.00 – £350.00
Celtic 1993£250.00 – £350.00
Queen’s Golden Jubilee, Scotland 2002£6.50
Longannet Colliery 2001£8.00
Archive acquisition by University of St Andrews
“Comprising of nearly one million images and spanning a remarkable 30-year career to date, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s work continues a long tradition of documentary photographer as critical observer. The depth and breadth of this extraordinary archive covers a vast spectrum of subjects – from world leaders to marginalised communities, from historic events in countries all around the globe to the local football match, just down the road. It also reflects some of the huge cultural shifts of our times, whether a growing awareness of ecological disaster or the swirl of political discourse around Scottish independence.
It is a vital historical document, it is an extraordinary artistic achievement, and it is now publicly available for research, teaching, and exhibition through the University of St Andrews.” – Rachel Nordstrom, Photographic Collections Manager in the University’s Libraries and Museums
Acquisition by School of Scottish Studies Archive
“Jeremy’s life-long work is so in-tune with the efforts of those who founded and developed the School of Scottish Studies Archives; his ability to capture people at their most casual, to document the working lives of Scottish people, and to tell a narrative with his images is second to none in modern Scottish photography..”
– Daryl Green, Head of Special Collections, University of Edinburgh
National Galleries of Scotland Archive
Jeremy’s photography has been exhibited at a variety of exhibitions including in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Scottish Academy, both in Edinburgh, and work from these shows is held within the Scottish Photography Archive as part of the collections of the National Galleries of Scotland.