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.

Robert Alexander Holt Methuen, 7th Baron Methuen


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Born 1933.

Educated at Shrewsbury School and Trinity  Cambridge.

Computer Engineer for IBM 1968 – 1975.

Worked for Rolls Royce 1975 – 1994.

Succeeded his elder brother in 1994.

Responsible for the House of Lords library and members computing facilities.

Party: Liberal Democrat

 

Paul Sanford Methuen, 3rd Baron Methuen

Born 1845.

Educated at Eton.

Joined the Scots guards and saw action In the Ashanti Campaign, 1873-1874.

Fought at the battle of Tel el-Kebir ( Egypt) 1882

Commander of the 1st division at the start of the Boer war in 1899.

The Boers captured him in 1902, later released due to the severity of his injuries by their general Koos de Rey.

This lead to a life long friendship, De Rey describing Methuen as …a perfect Christian knight – there could not be a nobler gentleman’

Retired from Military life in 1919.

Appointed Constable of the Tower of London in 1919.

Died 1932.

 

 

 

 

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