Emily is a visual artist who often combines analogue photography with archival artefacts and performative land-art.
Her creative process has been enmeshed with her time growing up in Leeds, the importance of urban green-space locations, sites of ancient woodland and thinking through plant-mycelial-animal sympoesis.
She is also in the process of bringing sculpture, moving image, relief-printing, camera-less photography and narrative writing into her practice.
Her recent areas of interest include medical, arboreal and gender histories. She is considering concepts like rhizomatic growth, re- and de- territorialisation, constriction and freedom, memory loss and trauma, reparative alignment, and cyclical patterns within her work.
MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography (Sep 2018 – Jan 2020)
Distinction, London College of Communication (University of the Arts, London)
BA History (Sep 2012 - Jun 2015)
First , University of Birmingham