Peter Cattrell graduated from London College of Printing in 1982 and has taught part time at Central St Martins since 1986. Peter also teaches at Camberwell and London College of Communication.
Peter's creative work mostly features the landscape of Britain and Europe, using film and fine printing techniques in a wet darkroom. He is drawn to locations through historical research, and personal association, and has recently been working in still lives.
Peter has exhibited at:
Art for the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, Edinburgh.
MacKintosh and Mirales, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow.
National Trust for Scotland, Threave, Dumfriesshire
Has had solo shows at The Photographers Gallery London.
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.
National Galleries of Scotland.
Afterimage Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Peter has been in numerous group shows such as at the Tate Gallery Liverpool; V &A, London; Saatchi Gallery, Hampstead, London; Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh; Amsterdam and Rotterdam ,Holland; Houston Photofest, USA; Forbes Gallery, New York, USA; Spain and Portugal.
Peter's project on the landscape of the Great War has been exhibited in Gallery of Photography in Dublin, Ulster Museum in Belfast, IWM London, DLI Museum in Durham, SNPG Edinburgh, and now at Robert Fleming Gallery, Berkeley St. London, and again at the SNPG Edinburgh.
Prints in collections:
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris
University of Amsterdam
National Galleries of Scotland
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Goldman Sachs, London
Freshfields Lawyers, London
British Gas, London
National Trust for Scotland