About Us

The Directors

Peter Dench
Peter Dench
Director
Sharon Price
Sharon Price
Director

Peter Dench
Peter Dench holds a first class honours degree in Photographic Studies. He is an acclaimed photojournalist and is best known for his decade of work documenting England based on specific themes.

 

Peter is one of  Getty Images Reportage represented photographers.

 

Other significant projects include a commission for FIFA, Football’s Hidden Story, which saw Peter visit 20 countries and spend 15 months documenting how the sport thrives and unites communities all over the world.

 

Peter collaborated with Getty Images Reportage on the Future of Britain project, commissioned by media agency OMD UK. Dench photographed Britain to accompany OMD’s research and statistics on the long-term economic downturn and changes to Britain’s population and demographics.

 

Peter became co-Creative Director of White Cloth Gallery in Leeds, which he founded with his current co-Director Sharon. Peter is also a contributor to Hungry Eye magazine. His monthly ‘Dench Diary’ has appeared in Professional Photographer and in Hungry Eye.

 

The Visa Pour l’image photojournalism festival in Perpignan, France, has screened Peter’s work five times, including one full exhibition.

 

Also experienced in the world of commercial photography, Peter’s advertising commissions include Weetabix and Barclaycard.

 

Peter has also made formal portraits of celebrities such as Tom Jones, Vinnie Jones, Heston Blumenthal, Andrew Flintoff, Alain Ducasse, Jamie Oliver, Vijay Mallya.

 

He is the author of several books, including Trawlermen, Suited and Booted, The British Abroad, England Uncensored, A&E Alcohol and England, The British Abroad and Dench Does Dallas.

Sharon Price
Sharon is most recognised for working with award-winning global creative organisations producing an exciting and eclectic range of events for international brands such as VW International, Alpha Romeo and Saatchi.

 

She has produced exhibitions and events across Europe, USA and the UAE, working extensively with print and broadcast media and cultural affiliates during her career as a creative services consultant supporting the arts, arts festivals and cultural magazines.

 

More recently, a three-year contemporary film and photography creative directorship at White Cloth Gallery, a successful start up which to this day attracts a dedicated community of artists, students and professional services clientele.

 

Approached by an investment management company to revitalise a derelict former mill building on the periphery of a major city train station, Sharon’s foresight in selecting a film and photography gallery over a more general arts space to give the fledgling venture a niche and a clear identity paid dividends.

 

A burgeoning programme of hosted film screenings, talks, workshops and performance art provided the foundation for developing cultural relationships with nearby professional services and financial brands.

 

Her experience also includes the management of a Harrogate arts showroom as co-creative director.

 

It’s Sharon’s creative flair combined with the commercial sensibility and an ability to drive value from an array of assets that attracts clients who rely on her guidance and judgement when developing projects.