CJ Clarke is an award winning filmmaker, producer and photographer.
His latest book exploring the roots of Brexit England, entitled Magic Party Place, published by Kehrer Verlag is out now! For more details: cjclarke.com
His film Mother & Daughter won the inaugural BJP/Canon Open Shutter award. He also also wrote and directed 'It Shouldn't Happen Here' an advert Save the Children's UK poverty campaign.
For over ten years he has been working on the project 'Magic Party Place' which documents the lives, habits and environment of contemporary England. In parallel, CJ has been working on the project 'Loyalists' about contemporary Northern Ireland.
His work has been commended in the once in the Ian Parry Award, twice in the Observer Hodge Award, three times in the Magenta Flash Forward Award.
He is co-founder of crowd sourced activist initiative, The Rape in India Project - therapeinindiaproject.org
He is co-founder and director of Just Another Photo Festival, a festival that democratizes photography by taking photography to the people and forging new audiences - justanotherphotofestival.com