ABOUT ME

My practice focuses on cameraless photography, showcasing a form of photography which is generally overlooked. I aim to challenge our notions of what a photograph is and how we create them through exploring the boundary between photography and other art disciplines, primarily painting.

Upcoming: 

Tied To Light Vol. 1 Launch. Friday 19th 6-9pm, AMP Gallery, Acorn Parade, London

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

Current: 

       

Previous

2021

Struck By Light. International Festival on Experimental Photography, Valid World Hall, Barcelona

2020

Struck By Light. Digital Exhibition, Hundred Heroines

2019 

Cameraless, Digital Exhibition, Analog Forever

Suddenly Last Summer. The Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Fabricate. Free Range, Old Truman Brewery, London, United Kingdom

BA Summer Show. The Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Fabricate. Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe, The Royal Arcade, Boscombe, United Kingdom

Generate. BUMF, Arts University Bournemouth

that from a long way off look like flies. Seventeen Gallery, London, United Kingdom


2016

Pre HE Summer Show. The Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth, Bournemouth, United Kingdom


2014

The National Students' Art Exhibition. Mall Galleries, London, United Kingdom

FEATURES:

2021

Aeonian Magazine, Issue No. 5

Photomonitor, Struck by Light Group Exhibition by Ish Doney

Lenscratch, Struck by Light: What is a 21st Century Photograph? by Aline Smithson

2020 

Float, Artist Feature- Facture

Outlast Journal, Artist Feature- Facture

The Social Distance Art Project, Artist Feature

F-Stop, Issue 101

Photograd, Instagram Takeover
      

AWARDS & QUALIFICATIONS:
'They are Boundaryless, playful, disruptive, inquisitive, conceptual, camera less, lens based, process based, additive, alternative and very contemporary and fantastically NOW'. Hundred Heroines
2019 The Anne Corkett Prize for Photography
'Ever present in the darkroom, Emilie has demonstrated a commitment to the analogue process, materiality and reflexivity, culminating in a series of works involving gesture and the limits of mark making as defined by the body. Performing the image, Emilie has successfully positioned the photograph in connection to performance and painting. The level of ambition and engagement demonstrated throughout three years of study is evident in the final body of work, consisting of 16 finished pieces.'
2019 First Class (Hons) Photography: Arts University Bournemouth