Graeme Oxby is a lecturer in photography at the University of Lincoln and his documentary work concentrates on aspects of entertainment & religion.
Oxby has travelled widely on assignments from Angola and Mozambique to the former Soviet Union; The Far East and North & Central America. He has been regularly published in national publications including The Guardian, Huck Magazine and The Times Literary Supplement.
Oxby wrote, produced and directed Shotgun Dave Rides East starring Peter Capaldi and funded by The UK Film Council in 2004 before developing a feature project Perfect Match in 2005.
He also oversaw the return of the influential Art Rock band Magazine and became Artistic Director of The Hull International Photography Festival in 2015. Oxby devised the Hull Beermat Photography Festival with winners chosen by Martin Parr for the Hull City of Culture 2017.
His work was included in the book Invisible Britain published by Policy Press. Oxby’s five year project on Elvis Impersonators entitled The Kings Of England was published by Bluecoat Press.
Oxby’s work is held in the collection of the Michael Komechak O.S.B. Art Gallery, Benedictine University, Chicago.