Who is behind Lightbox?

Lightbox has been developed by Ffotogallery, the national development agency for photography and lens-based media in Wales in partnership with WJEC.


Ffotogallery Education is the leading visual art education agency in Wales and delivers a dynamic programme of visual arts projects, accredited courses, training and gallery activities which promote understanding of and participation in contemporary photography, lens-based media and creative technologies. Our bespoke training offer is tailored to the needs of individuals, groups, partners or exhibitions.

Renowned for our innovative and rigorous approach to creative learning, our work fosters critical debate and addresses visual literacy through exhibitions, residencies and artist-led commissions, community engaged projects, publications, professional development opportunities and creative learning consultancy.

Working with artists and audiences, schools and colleges, community groups and in partnership with education agencies, businesses and local government, we aim to embrace change in learning and technologies to enrich people’s experiences through participation.



WJEC is one of the leading providers of educational services in England and Wales.

It offers qualifications, examinations and assessments for schools and colleges across both countries. These include academic and vocational subjects at A Level and GCSE, Welsh Baccalaureate and Learning Pathways in areas such as art & design, modern foreign languages, criminology and statistics.

WJEC qualifications are regulated by the Welsh Government in Wales and Ofqual in England.

WJEC is innovative in the field of online and print materials, which support the qualifications and lifelong learning in general, as well as professional development for teachers. The aim of this provision is to promote standards and support teachers.

Other WJEC responsibilities include: CILT Cymru, promoting modern foreign languages and National Youth Arts Wales, providing performance opportunities for young people.