Lorne Campbell was born in Craigrothie, Fife, in 1966, the son of a newspaper editor.
After studying photography in Perth and then completing an NCTJ (Newspaper Photography) course at Stradbroke College, Sheffield, he worked on local newspapers in Lancashire before working on picture agencies in Blackburn, Edinburgh and currently Bradford where he is chief photographer at the Guzelian agency. Lorne is the most prolific Guzelian photographer to date: since joining them in November 1999 he's had well over 800 national newspaper publications to his name.
His work appears in all Britain's national newspapers and many foreign publications.
Projects: Commissioned by the Financial Times Magazine, Lorne Campbell
photographed the Hammonds Saltaire Band during their rehearsals for, and
competing at, the Yorkshire Brass Band Championships, held at St George's
Hall in Bradford, last year. Recently, he photographed the Grimethorpe
Colliery Band for The Guardian, as they rehearsed for their concert at
the Royal Northern College of Music's 'Festival of Brass' in Manchester.
Aged seven, Lorne Campbell was introduced to Grimethorpe's legendary professional
conductor, George Thompson, by his father.