Alistair David Grimley

Contemporary Documentary Photographer, Curator, UCLan Alumni and Founder of Two Forty Four.


Born in 1996.

Alistair David Grimley is an award-winning photographer, curator and researcher specialising in the legacy of post-industrial society. His work centres on understanding, through visualisation, what the impact of industrially focused societies has had on the development of the modern world and how that narrative shapes the future.

Alistair is based in Stoke-On-Trent, working throughout the United Kingdom and Internationally.

In June 2018 Alistair founded the photography network TwoFortyFour.


2020 | MA Photography, University of Central Lancashire

2018 | BA (Hons) Photography, University of Central Lancashire

2015 | A-Level in Photography, Alsager Sixth Form College


2018 | Best Academic Achievement in Photography, University of Central Lancashire

2018 | Lancashire Arts Festival Media Award for Photography, Creative Lancashire & University of Central Lancashire



2018 | NORTH Volume IV, University of Central Lancashire, ISBN: 97819097550

2018 | Exhibition 1095 Catalogue, University of Central Lancashire

2016 | The Will of the People - Is This England Edition, Alistair Grimley Photography, Digital Zine

2016 | The People of Lancashire 1st Edition, Alistair Grimley Photography, ISBN: 9781367848276


Exhibitions (Featured)

2019 | Changing Spaces Showcase, Hanover Project, Preston - UK

2018 | Exhibition 1095, University of Central Lancashire, Preston - UK

2017 | Is This England?, Is This England Collective, Preston - UK

2016 | Fieldworks Photography Symposium, University of Central Lancashire, Preston - UK

2016 | UCLan Degree Show and Assorted Photobooks, University of Central Lancashire, Preston - UK



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