Jerome Whittingham

Jerome Whittingham


Jerome Whittingham is a podcast and audio features producer, documentary photographer, and writer.

Topics of interest include the arts, health and wellbeing, housing and homelessness, children and young people, dementia, addiction, local food and food sustainability, social enterprise, heritage, wildlife conservation, climate change, and the environment.

Jerome been commissioned photographer to Back to Ours and Appetite (2 Arts Council England, Creative People and Places projects), The Big Malarkey Festival (Hull Libraries and the James Reckitt Trust), Humber Mouth Literature Festival (Hull City Council and Wrecking Ball Press), Contains Strong Language (BBC and Wrecking Ball Press), Heads Up Theatre Festival (E52 Theatre and Battersea Arts), the Amy Johnson Festival, HullBID (Business Improvement District), and Artlink Hull’s Square Peg disability and diversity project.

Regularly in print, Jerome’s photographs have been published in The Guardian, The Yorkshire Post, Hull Daily Mail, The Big Issue (North), The Metro, and many trade and voluntary sector publications. He’s also been a regular guest and contributor to local BBC and community radio stations.

Jerome lives in Newcastle-under-Lyme in North Staffordshire.

Jerome returned to North Staffordshire in Spring 2021. Previously, he lived and worked in Hull for over 25 years.

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