Bridget Bishop
(Working as Corry Bevington)

All of these images were taken by Corry Bevington in the 1950s.

Corry trained as a photographer at Guildford School of Art. After leaving college she freelanced in partnership with Anthea Sieveking from their Marshall Street studio in London's Soho, working mainly for magazines and the Arts Council.

At this time Corry made a very comprehensive series of photographs of contemporary rural industries in Britain and of English canals. She has also travelled widely in West Africa, Russia and more recently the Yemen documenting mud-built architecture.

She worked closely with her late husband, the graphic designer Graham Bishop for twenty years before becoming a founder member of the Photo Co-op, now known as Photofusion, of which she is still a director.

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Picture curation by Clara Cowan
Archivist, art historian and freelance curator

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All of the images are available to purchase as prints, including some
original 1950s prints. Please e-mail for all enquires.