Emily is a visual artist who combines analogue photography with archival artefacts and Land Art inspired works. 

Her creative process has been enmeshed with her time growing up in Leeds and the significance of both urban green spaces and ancient woodlands. Botanical features and arboreal language are critically compared with aspects of societal constriction.

Recent areas of interest include medical and gender histories, as well as concepts like rhizomatic growth, re- and de-territorialisation, restriction and freedom, memory loss and trauma, reparative alignment, and cyclical patterns. These interests are informed by her experience of having spinal fusion and autism spectrum condition.

She is currently experimenting with camera-less photography, wood-carving, book-development and moving image with funding from an Arts Council England DYCP project grant. 

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