Eye Spy returns to the GEM Shack 2019

Eye Spy will get another viewing at the upcoming GEM shack at Salts Mill, Bradford, on Monday 25th November. Run by the Centre for Partnerships in association with INcommunities, the GEM program is a mentoring and excellence-development programme for University Graduates wishing to pursue a career in Social Housing management in the UK and Canada. [...]

Eye Spy in Bradford

I am pleased to announce that Eye Spy will get another outing at the Centre for Partnerships GEM shack being held in Bradford on 11th November 2017 courtesy of Gentoo Group. The GEM programme is a CIH endorsed training and mentoring process for young professionals working in social housing and is designed to develop the [...]

Eye Spy exhibition in Bradford for one day – 8 December 2016

Nigel Tooby raised awareness with Eye Spy exhibit today at GEM, Incommunities Housing Association, Bradford supported by Gentoo Group and David John Tovey. The Homelessness GEM Shack (Graduate Employment Mentoring) was delivered in Bradford on 8 December for graduates participating in the GEM Programme. The GEM Programme runs for twelve months and is delivered by the [...]

Nigel to Judge Selby camera Club Points Competition

  Nigel will be this years judge for the Selby Camera Club Points Competition in October.  Selby Camera Club was founded almost 130 years ago in 1887. Initially it was known as Selby Photographic Society but after a few years it changed its name to Selby Camera Club. The Club is a member of the [...]

Anonymous Poet’s tribute to Eye Spy

  The end of beginning is where it starts A tale so familiar shrinks life down to parts A blanket invites, to take a snooze The furniture of this world is built with booze The sideway walkers, just so, on their side The shakes pre-needle are post ‘losing pride’ 6, untitled, dumped, and neglected by [...]

Photographs of Eye Spy Exhibition, courtesy of Neil Cordell

London based photographer, Neil Cordell, has a passion for creating great images in many genres. For Neil, photography is all about visualising and telling stories using images. This is Neil's perspective on the Eye Spy exhibition currently showing in the Magic Gallery, London. The images tell the story behind the story of the exhibition, giving [...]

Uncomfortable, emotional and thought provoking; Eye Spy

When I was first approached to work on a charity calendar for Simon on the Streets, the West Yorkshire based organisation that supports the homeless, I had no idea of the journey that would follow; the unease, the insight, the debate, the emotion and the positive feedback. Unlike many of my contemporaries, I didn’t want [...]

Eye Spy Exhibition at Magic Gallery, London

Nigel Tooby FRPS presents his project Eye Spy to a London audience this April. Made over a total of nine months for homeless charity Simon on the Streets (SotS), with which Tooby is artist in residence, Eye Spy presents images from the perspective of some of SotS’s service users who, as well as being homeless, often suffer other social problems, including drug and alcohol issues. [...]

Exhibition Showcased in February 2016 RPS Journal

              This month at Fenton House, Nigel Tooby FRPS presents his project Eye Spy. Made over a total of nine months for homeless charity Simon on the Streets (SotS), with which Tooby was artist in residence, Eye Spy presents images from the perspective of some of SotS’s service users who, as well as being homeless, often suffer other social [...]

Eye Spy Solo Exhibition at RPS

Nigel has confirmed he has a solo exhibition of his work Eye Spy, highlighting the work of the charity Simon on the Streets. The exhibition will be at Fenton House in Bath from the 15 January 2016 until 26 February 2016. Follow the exhibition  @The_RPS @simonotstreets