Judith lives in the UK, she is a Midlands based photographic artist and visual storyteller. She has a particular interest in the preservation of photographic archives and their use in an artistic practice. Using various  techniques her work explores abstract concepts. Whether working with contemporary or archival imagery Judith's interventions allow alternative and new dialogues to be imagined.
In 2023 she gained a BA (Hons) Photography Degree (1st Class) as a mature student from the University for Creative Arts. Her work has been included in several exhibitions and publications.  
Photography CV
2023   BA (Hons) Photography (1st Class), University for the Creative Arts / The Open College of the Arts, UK.  
2007   Digital Photography: Creating and Sharing Better Images. The Open University, UK. 
2024  Women in Photography 24 (Group exhibition) The Glasgow Gallery of Photography, 279-281 High Street, Glasgow, Scotland. 6th-30th March. 
2024  Ephemeral Elegance: Women in Artistic Reflection (Group exhibition) Cista Arts Online Gallery, London, UK. [Online] 1-31st March 24. 
2023  Shutter Hub Open 23/24 (Group exhibition) ARB Building, Cambridge University, UK. 27/11/23-2nd Feb 24.
2023  ARTDOC Photography Magazine (Group exhibition) Through My Lens [online] 
2023  Portrait: Self, Others (Group exhibition) PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont, USA. 8th -30th August. 
2022   Paper Memories (Solo exhibition) at The Hive, Worcestershire. 12th-24th August. 
2021   Then and Now (Group exhibition) Galerie Huit Arles, Arles, France. 4th July-26th September.
Successful Open Calls.
2024  Work from Acerbumdulce awarded a Nomination in the Conceptual category of the Fine Art Photography Awards.   
2024  Work from Acerbumdulce selected for exhibition at The Glasgow Gallery of Photography. 
2024  Work from Acerbumdulce selected for Cista Arts Online exhibition.
2023  Work from Acerbumdulce selected for ARTDOC online exhibition. 
2023  Work from Acerbumdulce Selected for Shutter Hub Open exhibition. 
2023  Torn (from the series Acerbumdulce) selected for exhibition at PhotoPlace [Gallery].
2022   Hireth awarded Gold Winner in the Budapest International Foto Awards Fine Art-Collage category. 
2022   Paper Memories awarded Bronze Winner in the Budapest International Foto Awards  Fine Art-Collage category.
2022   Finalist in the AOP Student Awards (Places Category).
2022   Hireth Shortlisted and Highly Commended in the Belfast Photography Festival.
2021   Finalist in the AOP Student Awards (Places Category).
2021   Winner in the 1854 Open Walls Open Call. 
Publications / Online / Social Media Shares.
2024  Self portrait from Acerbumdulce featured in LensCulture Critics' Choice 2024 Competition Gallery [online]. 
2023   Untitled (collage) featured in Edinburgh Collage Collective [online].
2023   Belfast Photo Festival Residency [online] 
2022   Keep your distance featured in Photo Trouvée [online].  
2022   A selection of images featured in Source Graduate Photography [online]. 
2021   Before she was grandma featured in Shutter Hub Yearbook 2021 [online]. 
2021   His eyes were the colour of the sea featured in Photograd Gallery [online].  
2021   Untitled featured in Photo Trouvée [online].  
2020   Me with my youngest grandson, late 1950's & 2019  featured in Edinburgh Collage Collective [online]. 
2020   Mum, late 1940's featured in Photo Trouvée [online].  
2020   Paper memories: The materiality of analogue snapshots and their enduring affect.  Dissertation. 
2019   Mum & Joan, Sept 1939 featured in Save Family Photos [online]. 
2019   The Wave featured in Lens Culture Emerging Talents Awards 2019 Gallery [online]. 
2018   Forget me not featured in an Open College of the Arts Facebook post [online]
2013   The Gunwalloe Ghost featured in The Big Issue in the North (1-7th April issue). 
2010   How's it look ! featured in the Open College of the Arts  2010-2011 OCA Guide. 
2010   Strong featured in an Open College of the Arts advertisement campaign, Black and White Photography Magazine (January issue).  
2010   How's it look and Strong featured in the Open College of the Arts Showcase Magazine (Issue No. 5). 
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