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I'm currently looking for a Photographers' Agent and live in the UK midlands. All of the agents I have found seem to be in London. Should any of them be interested in my work they would probably wish to interview me, and with a lot of agents and a lot of photographers, I'm sure that it could take 5-10 interviews before being put "on the books" of an agent.

So I don't want to spend (possibly waste) days off work and potentially many hundreds of pounds in travel on this; I just can't afford it.

So, are there any photographers agents in the UK Midlands at all? My internet search came up totally blank!

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Interesting question. Found a similar one here… But in fact, I haven't come across such "agents" myself. Even web searches are blank for the terms. – Rish Aug 11 '13 at 14:41
@Rish - if you simply search for "photographers agents" in google (other search engines are available) you will see a LOT of them, but all in London. – Digital Lightcraft Aug 14 '13 at 15:35
Did you find a answer as I am in the same boat?? – user34670 Nov 15 '14 at 17:08

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