Zelda Cheatle is a curator, lecturer, occasional writer and photography consultant. She began her gallery career in 1982 at the Photographer’s Gallery in London, before founding her eponymous gallery. Between 1989 and 2005, Zelda Cheatle Gallery exhibited the work of some of the world’s most important photographers including Lee Miller, Imogen Cunningham, Robert Frank and Sarah Moon. Cheatle went on to found and manage the world’s first fine art photography fund. Today she curates photography exhibitions around the world with recent shows including Sony World Photography Awards in London; and the Dubai Photo Exhibition, a showcase of 868 contemporary artworks by 151 photographers. She regularly nominates for prestigious international awards including Prix Pictet and the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.