Christopher John Ball BA (Hons) MA

Fine arts photographer, campaigner and writer




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NEWS From February 10th to the 5th May 2018 Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery will be holding a retrospective of Christopher John Ball's 1980's photographic project 'Blackburn a Town and Its People'. More details can be found at the Museum's website by clicking here.

NEWS With the film 'The House Rules' currently on a hiatus, due to unforeseen personal reasons involving a cast member, Christopher is currently shooting, with Dean Sipling, the feature film 'A Walking Shadow'. The film, set ten minutes into the future, is half way finished and has been shot in locations as diverse as London, Scarborough, Flamborough Head and Goole. Additional shooting will take place, in locations around London and Blackburn, during the early months of 2018 with post production following soon after.

"...sensual nudes that pay homage to the female form in a manner that is both graceful and elegant.
Very rarely do we come across a portfolio that strikes us so deeply..."
-The New Nude Magazine

“Mid-life male photographer meets young, nubile female student-cum-artistic muse - so far it’s old hat. But photographer turned playwright Christopher John Ball and co-writer Dean Sipling, whose background is film and television, bring the pairing into a thoroughly contemporary world of intercepted emails, sinister insinuation and sharp retorts. Their ‘guilty until proved innocent’ plot ... is thoroughly watchable and believable - perhaps as a result of Ball’s professional insights and DS Dom Lucas’ services as police advisor to the production.” Barbara Lewis – a review of the play Throwing Stones in 'The Stage'

 

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