Jerome Whittingham is a photographer, interviewer, and podcast producer. He specialises in supporting the voluntary sector, both locally in Hull and regionally. He has a wide interest in social issues, culture, and the arts, and regularly reports on topics including: homelessness, poverty, dementia, young people, social enterprise, community development, theatre, performing arts, visual arts.

Jerome is editor of HULL IS THIS, a ‘constructive journalism’ project for the city of Hull.

HULL IS THIS is a website that shares news of Hull with a positive purpose, to build up communities and people, making the city an even more enjoyable, prosperous, and vibrant place to live, work, and visit. Content is produced by some of the city’s finest freelance writers, filmmakers, photographers, and podcasters.

See: www.hullisthis.news

The @photomoments & @hullisthis podcasting studio

A modest podcasting studio at Centre 88, Saner Street, Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 2TR – kindly provided by Hull CVS – is the base for Jerome’s activity locally. However, he also works extensively ‘in the field’ wherever he is needed, and is willing to travel across the UK. Podcast recording can also be done via telephone.

Jerome is an Associate Artist at Artlink in Hull, and resident photographer for Back To Ours, Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places project.

He has 2 sons, and has lived in Hull since 1994.


View Jerome’s extensive photograph archive here:

Photograph Archive & Downloads

Editor: www.hullisthis.news

Editor: www.humberhelp.co.uk