Richard Page is a photographer, educator and curator of Paper Geographies. His research encompasses photography, place and documentary storytelling. He is the recipient of the Jerwood Photography Award and has exhibited and published his work widely. Solo exhibitions include The Dialogue of the Dogs at The Francesca Maffeo Gallery, Essex (2017) and What We Already Know at Ffotogallery, Cardiff (2007). Page curated the exhibition From Common Differences for the inaugural Cardiff International Festival of Photography, Diffusion (2013). In 2020 he curated the exhibition Paper Geographies and Manchester’s Central Library, with a second iteration taking place during the Arles Photography festival in France, with accompanying publication (2022). Page has written about photography, including an essay for Ryan L Moule’s Latent Frequencies (Bookworks, 2014). He is currently Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for Photography at Manchester Metropolitan University.