Tom Hatton


Tom Hatton is a recent graduate from the Royal College of Art’s MA Fine Art Photography course. Since graduating his project ‘Now Here’ has been the recipient of several awards and exhibitions including: the Bloomberg New Contemporaries; the Magnum Graduate Photographers Award at PhotoLondon, where the work is currently nominated; the RCA & Metro Imaging Award; the Post Graduate Award at the Travers Smith CSR Art Programme 2016-2017 and was Highly Commended and Shortlisted at the Dentons Art Prize and at the Open16 BrightonPhoto Fringe respectively. The project was featured within Source magazines round-up of the best photography graduates of 2016 in which the work was commended by both Cliff Larsson, Curator at the Hayward Gallery and Kate Bush, Photography Curator at the Science Museum. Prior to this Hatton graduated from the Glasgow School of Art's BA Fine Art Photography degree with honours and the Richard Ackling prize. He has exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art in Edinburgh where his work 'The Weight of Ashen Soil' was selected for the Scottish New Contemporaries, 2011 and then later won the Environmental category in the Renaissance Photography Prize in 2012. He has also shown work at the Koppel Project, Photofusion and Fold Gallery.

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