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I am a fine art/documentary photographer shooting stories and images about family, disability, community – particularly groups who struggle to be heard.  I also continue to revisit topics connected to the environment and our relationship with the natural world.  I work editorially and for exhibition.

The writer and curator Val Williams included two series of my images in her show A New Natural History at the then National Museum of Photography in Bradford, work that is still evolving for me.

In 2014 I published the photobook Understanding Stanley – Looking through Autism, a highly personal, long term (15 years) project about my son, which has been widely featured in the media and exhibited at various festivals and galleries including Foto8, Guardian Weekend, Frankfurter Rundschau, Hereford International Photography Festival and Photomonth in Slovakia. It addresses communication, perception, perspective, emotion and reality to a much wider audience than just those interested in autism. The work was chosen as the monthly feature by Fiona Rogers for Firecracker in 2016.

In 2018 I was chosen to be a part of the groundbreaking 209 Women project – part of the centenary commemorations of women getting the vote and being allowed to sit as MPs in Parliament. This was shown in Parliament and is touring to the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool in 2019, with a book in production.

At Brighton University I studied under Mark Power and Paul Reas and currently live and work in London.

rosie@rosiebarnes.com

07711 623 566  |  020 7403 2498

 

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