About Andrew Lanyon
From 1966 – 1968 studied at the London School of Film Technique. Co-organised the Durham Surrealist Festival and produced a catalogue. Spent several years as a freelance photographer. Co-produced the Casual Eye, an exhibition about snapshots for Northern Arts. Assistant editor of Ambit poetry magazine for a short time.
In 1976 constructed The Rooks of Trelawne – a major touring exhibition for the Photographers Gallery (London), accompanied by a book. This was followed by another touring exhibition with a book, The Vanishing Cabinet.
In 1987 began self publishing letterpress books.
During the mid nineties, returned to film. The first to be released was Splatt dhe Wertha (Plot for Sale), a Cornish language film directed by Bill Scott which won the Golden Torc award at the 18th Celtic Film Festival in 1997.
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