Hugh Campbell is head of Architecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy at University College Dublin.
His research focuses on modern and contemporary architecture in Ireland, the relationship between photography, architecture and built space, and the visual culture of cities. Recent publications include Space Framed: Photography, Architecture, and the Inhabited Environment; Architecture Filmmaking (2019), co-edited with Igea Troiani; Architecture 1600- 2000, volume 4 of the RIAi/Yale UP production Art and Architecture of Ireland; and a special issue of Architecture and Culture on Architecture and Film, also edited with Igea Troiani. With Nathalie Weadick, he was curator of Ireland’s pavilion at the 2008 Venice Biennale. The exhibition, The Lives of Spaces, was also shown at the RIBA in London.