I’m very delighted to hear that Shutterhub has been asked to extend the exhibition ‘Time to Think’ currently at Festival Pil’Ours in France, until the end of November 2019.
I love lots of the photos in this show, which is based at the seaside location of St Gilles Croix de Vie, and very proud to have had three photos selected for this event.
These 3 photos are all from a project based at Wicken Fen Nature Reserve which examine alternative ways of seeing and attempt to highlight the delicate and fragile landscape at this unique Fenland. These images were collected during a two year residency I undertook with Artist Helen Terry; 2016 - 2018.
Time To Think includes the work of 145 female photographers from across 15 different countries, and a total of 435 images. The beautiful and sleepy seaside town of St Gilles Croix de Vie wakes up each summer for this vibrant and inclusive festival of female photographers, and this year Shutter Hub had the privilege of being be invited to curate the main festival exhibition. We’re proud to share powerful work, and to do it en masse – showing the strength in community and collaboration, and bringing photographers together in a sharing and supportive environment. excerpt from news post on Shutterhub