Simon Denison is a photographer, lecturer and writer. His documentary and conceptual landscape photography has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. He is the author of three photographic books, The Human Landscape (Greyscale 2002), Quarry Land (Greyscale 2005) and I Spy Pinhole Eye (with Philip Gross, Cinnamon Press 2009). His work has been reviewed widely including in The Times, The Guardian and on BBC Radio 4.

He runs the Critical Studies department at Hereford College of Arts teaching degree-level students across all art, design and media courses, and he reviews books and exhibitions for the photography journal Source. Formerly a broadsheet newspaper journalist and editor of the award-winning magazine British Archaeology, he was educated at Oxford University and Edinburgh College of Art.