Luke Archer Photography

I have recently relocated from Bristol to Hertfordshire. Inheritance remains my current long-term project. In 2011 I was nominated for Black and White Magazines under 30’s Photographer of the Year. I was the joint winner of the 2011 South West Graduate Photography Prize. I have exhibited extensively in Bristol as part of the 2010 and 2012 Bristol Festival of Photography as well as the 2011 Royal West of England Academy’s Open Photography. My portrait of the Marquess of Bath is held in the National Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection. The book version of Inheritance was displayed at Ffotogallery’s Book Arts Fayre 2012. I joined the Vignette Magazine team in winter 2011 and I am now features editor.
If you would like to know more about any of my projects or purchase a print please get in touch.

John Nicolas Rea, 3rd Baron Rea

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Born 1928

Educated at Dartington Hall, Belmont Hill, and Dauntsey’s School then Christ’s College, Cambridge.

Acting Sergeant in Suffolk Regimnet 1946-1948.

Graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1951.

Paediatric research fellow in Lagos 1962 – 1965.

Lecturer  at St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School in social medicine 1966 –  1968.

Became a doctor of Medicine in 1968.

Worked as a GP in North London from 1968-1993.

Suceeded his uncle in 1981.

Active in oppostion to the 2011 NHS reform bill:

Party: Labour


Philip Russell Rea, 2nd Baron Rea

Born 1900.

Educated at Westminster School, then Oxford University.

Attained an MA from the University of Grenoble.

Served with the Grenadier Guards at the end of World War One during 1918.

Durind the Second Wolrd War he was  personal staff officer to the Head of Speical Opertiation Executive Brigadier Colin Gubbins.

Succeeded his father in 1948.

Leader of liberal party in the House of Lords 1950-1955.

Held several positions within the house including Deputy Speaker and Deputy Chairman of Committees.

He became President of the Liberal Party  1955-1956.

Died 1980.

Party: Liberal.


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