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May 2008
‘Shot in the Dark’ at Photofusion - Richard Primrose presents practical help to shoot at night, giving tips gained though his experience of The NightBus Project.

January 2008
Richard Primrose joins judges of Channel Four’s reality show ‘Picture This’ to congratulate the winner Elizabeth Gordon at The Photographers Gallery London.

October 2007
A line of video iPods opens ‘Night Haunts’ at the famous Curzon cinema in London’s West End. A rare and special opportunity to view the NightBus films with the Artist.

August 2007
The Apple Store Regent Street invites Richard Primrose to talk about his photography work, reveal the Apple hard/software used to create the NightBus Films and sign copies of The NightBus Diaries.

June 2007
Iconic design magazine Creative Review features the recently released book by Richard Primrose ‘The NightBus Diaries’.

June 2007
‘The NightBus Diaries’ released. This book gives the long awaited insight into how the NightBus Project developed.

May 2007
‘How We Are: Photographing Britain’ Tate Britain’s first major photography exhibition features ‘The NightBus Project’ supported by Apple and curated by Professor Val Williams and Susan Bright.

June 2006
NightBus Films launched on iTunes for download.

June 2006
Richard Primrose first solo exhibition supported by Apple opens at their Europe Head Office in London.

April 2006
Elephant NightBus film premiers at Tate Modern as part of the ‘Elephant Vanishes’ project by the Photography and The Archive Research Centre.

Oct 2005
Richard Primrose completes Trafalgar Square NightBus film, the first photography work designed exclusively for Apple’s video iPod.

Jan 2005
The Independent publishes Richard Primrose’s Jamaican Police Killings photo essay.

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