Helen Trompeteler is a Senior Curator of Photographs, with over fifteen years experience working with photography and the visual arts. In 2016, Helen was awarded the Josef Breitenbach Research Fellowship at the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona for her research on the history of photography education in the United States in the post-war period. Her exhibitions and books include Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon (Co-Curator, 2015) and Man Ray Portraits (Assistant Curator, 2013). Past displays include Snowdon: A Life in View (2014), Fred Daniels: Cinema Portraits (2012) and Format Photography Agency (2010).

Helen’s writing has been published internationally including texts for artist monographs, exhibition catalogues and magazines including Aesthetica, Of the Afternoon and Photomonitor. Helen is a member of the Hemera curatorial collective and a board member of Four Corners. Helen has been an awards juror and portfolio reviewer for many organisations, and regularly takes part in talks, panel discussions and photography festivals. Helen can be contacted via e-mail

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