Staff & Trustees


Director: Brett Rogers OBE

Finance and Operations

Deputy Director: Andrew Gault
Finance Manager: Terence Eytle
Finance Assistant: Ines Schlenker
Senior Gallery Manager: Jason Welling
Gallery Manager: Maarten van den Bos 
Visitor Relations and Events Manager: Luciana Isolato
Deputy Visitor Relations Manager: Alan Miller
Visitor Relations Co-ordinator: Tahmina Rahman
Visitor Relations Co-ordinator: Liam Mertens
Visitor Relations Co-ordinator: Sabrina Laiolo


Head of Exhibitions: Clare Grafik 
Senior Curator: Karen McQuaid
Curator: Anna Dannemann
Curator (Digital Programme): Katrina Sluis
Digital Projects Producer: Sam Mercer
Digital Projects Producer: Ioanna Zouli
Head of Education & Projects: Janice McLaren
Curator, Talks & Events: Joseph Kendra
Curator, Schools & Young People: Katie Reynolds
Archivist: Elea Himmelsbach


Director of Communications: Natasha Plowright
Digital Manager: Stuart Leech
CRM, Marketing & Membership Manager: Lynne Arnold
Communications Co-ordinator: Ruby Wroe
Content Editor (Digital & Print): Daniel C. Blight


Head of Individual Giving: Carolina Artegiani
Development Officer: Grace Armitage
Development Assistant: Kate Welby


Bookshop Manager: John Buckle
Deputy Bookshop Manager: Martin Steininger
Senior Bookshop Sales Assistant: Joe Shakespeare


Café Manager: Raffaele Mocellin
Deputy Café Manager: Bilal Benrakad

Print Sales Gallery

Director Print Sales Gallery: Gemma Barnett
Print Sales Manager: Anthony Hartley 
Print Sales Specialist: Anstice Oakeshott
Print Sales Gallery Co-ordinator: Alexandra Olczak


Chair: Matthew Stephenson

Matthew Stephenson is an enthusiastic and passionate international art world professional with extensive auction and commercial gallery experience. As a former Senior Director at Pace London, Matthew engages with artists, curators, collectors and journalists. As well as his specialist knowledge and his network, Matthew brings to The Photographers’ Gallery strategy, development and fundraising skills.

Myfanwy Barrett

Myfanwy is a highly experienced and effective public sector finance director. As the Finance Director at the House of Commons she has significantly improved governance, financial management and efficiency.

Other membership: Chair of the Finance and General Purpose Committee

Symon Elliott

Symon Elliott is a Managing Director at Russell Reynolds, a global leadership advisory firm. He advises organisations on board recruitment, senior executive search and leadership evaluation. Prior to joining the firm in 2000 he worked with a leading UK search firm and held senior roles in financial services  including AIB, Prudential and TSB. Symon is a director and trustee of Centrepoint the leading UK charity providing support for homeless young people and is an ambassador for Leaders Quest a social enterprise that works with leaders to create a more equitable world.

Alexandra Hess

Alex holds a BA in Art History from Princeton, an MA in Communications from the University of Pennsylvania and an MPP from Harvard University. Alex is also a founder of Level 20, a not-for-profit company set up to support gender diversity in private equity. Alex has been an avid Fine Art Photography collector and enthusiast for many years.

Melanie Manchot

Melanie Manchot is a London based visual artist who works with photography, film and video as a performative and participatory practice. Recent solo shows include 'The Gift' at Bloomberg Space, '11/18' at fig-2/ICA, London and her major new video installation ‘Twelve’ is currently presented as a solo national touring show from 2015-2016.  Melanie has participated in a number of biennials and her work is held in public collections both nationally and internationally.

Scott Mead

Scott is a photographer, philanthropist and investor. A Founding Partner of Richmond Park Partners, he was a Partner and Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and a Senior Advisor at Apax Partners. He established the Mead Family Foundation, which supports the arts, education and healthcare serving on boards in both the UK and USA.

Jananne Al-Ani

Jananne Al-Ani is a London based Iraqi-born artist. She studied Fine Art at the Byam Shaw School of Art and graduated with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art. She is currently Senior Research Fellow at the University of the Arts London. Exhibiting widely both nationally and internationally, her recent work explores the impact of photography, flight and the technologies of modern warfare on the representation of contested landscapes.