Grace Robertson has lectured widely in prestigious venues such as The National Museum of Photography; Film and Television; The Photographers Gallery and The National Portrait Gallery; National Galleries of Scotland, Wales and Birmingham; University of Brighton, Kent and Surry; Universities of Syracuse, New York: Ann Arbour, Chicago: and California: San Diego, USA. She speaks on radio, both here and in the USA.

 

Recognised by American Women in Photography, International Magazine with the Distinguished Photographer Award, An Honorary Doctorate of Letters form the University of Brighton, and an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society. Grace has also been honoured with an OBE for her services to photography.

 

In 2005 she was one of six internationally known women photographers in an exhibition at The Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego.

 

Her remarkable career began at the Picture Post. Her stories about working at this magazine and elsewhere are both amusing and affectionate, and admired internationally.

 

Chris Smith applauded her OBE, saying: "A key figure in photo journalism and a great source of inspiration in her field." 

Lectures

  • Laughter and Tears - a photographic journey;

  • Just Like Monet! - enjoying the shared art forms of photography and fine art

  • It Pays to be Tall in Photography.

  • A Sympathetic Eye