Terrence J Bunce
J Simon Murray
Taylor Kate Triplett
Hannah L Curtis
Roger Lougher gained his BA (hons) Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art in 1980. Since then he has continued to be involved in art and artistic projects. At college he specialised in print-making: finding it the best medium for his varied output; making etchings, dry-points and lithographs, but also publishing brochures and pamphlets.
In 1981 he moved to London where he continued to work as an artist, and had a number of exhibitions in Libraries in the metropolis. He collaborated with Phil Monk and William Crane in creating the publication An Illustrated Guide to… in 1985. i-D magazine published an extract from An Illustrated Guide to Animals and a piece about cycling [Roger was working as a despatch cyclist at this time]. In 1986 Roger Lougher published The Illustrated Guide to Open Space as a video, with music by Phil Monk, The Loop Gurus and Mc Turnip Head. This was exhibited in the group show Mind the Gap at the HarddeKoppen Gallery in Amsterdam (1987) and the OYB gallery, Mayfair in London (1988).
Roger became involved in animation and worked in commercial animation from 1988 until 1999. He worked as a painter, tracer, in-betweener, assistant animator and animator in character and special fx animation on adverts, tv programmes, videos and films.
In 1998 Roger began taking photographs in California whilst working in Hollywood. In 1999 he returned to Wales and continued to develop his photographic skills and sensibility. He ran a number of courses and workshops for adults with disabilities between 2002 and 2006.
In 2007 he graduated from the Documentary Photography MA at Newport University
Some of all the Stones / Rhai o'r holl Feini is a photographic catalogue of all the gorsedd stones through out Wales, Photographs from this series have been shown in The Space Between, Turner House Gallery, Penarth 2007 and distilled Menier Gallery, London 2009. A limited edition book of all the photographs was launched in August 2008.
Roger Lougher was sponsored by the Eisteddfod Gnedlaethol Cardydd 2008 to make the installation Blwch-Ffoto Cymru Wyllt. This was a photographic studio in which people could have their portraits made dressed in one of six costumes drawn from the visual history of Wales.