So why is it that there is still a complicated, rivalrous relationship between the worlds of art and photography? Why is photography still referred to in a semi-derogatory way? What is it about photography that makes it, for some people, inherently of less worth when held up against other art mediums? In April 2012 I was invited by the Saatchi Gallery (London) to participate in a discussion with Mitch Epstein, Geoff Dyer and Hannah Starkey to explore the status, display and appreciation of photography in the art world. Watch the video below.

A month later I was one of the seven judges for The Google Photography Prize. The ten finalists work was showcased at the Saatchi Gallery in London. I was invited to speak with some of the finalists about their work and their experiences over a Google+ Hangout, watch it here.