About


Hello my name is Laura and I am a Photographer from Oxfordshire, UK. I graduated from De Montfort University studying Video, Photography and Film Studies, I then when on to do an Artist in Residency at Oxfordshire School of Creative Arts, where I focused on different Alternative Photography Processes.

I also specialises in Silver Gelatine Printing, Camera-less Photography and have experience working with Wet Plate Collodion. I describe myself as a “heritage and rural life photographer” as I tend to be drawn to the British landscape and our traditions. I am a member of the Royal Photographic Society and support the Historical and Analogue groups.

I am available for Photography Workshops and this includes Alternative Processes or Photography Practices.

Influences: James Ravilious, Sally Mann, Edward Burtynsky, Ansel Adams, John Gay, William Henry Fox Talbot, Anna Adkins & Frank Meadow Sutcliffe.

Awards: Bronze Award – Printed Life in Black and White – The Imaging Warehouse – 2014

Exhibitions

Boffin Photography – 4th June – 2nd July 2018 – The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury.

Through The Lens: Oxfordshire During World War One – May 2016 – The Castle Quarter, Oxford.

BELONGING –  Bells, Hankies, Stick – 23rd May – 7th June 2015 – FAB2 Bath.

The Alternative Way – February 2014 – The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury.

ILLUMINATED – 11th July-11th August 2012 –  The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury.