exploring mental health & photography
Dolly Sen is a visual artist, writer, film-maker, and performer interested in non-consensual reality, outsidership,…
Stephanie Boreham was born in Kingston, Greater London in 1991. Stephanie works in a predominately…
Kristianne Drake is a photographer interested in the human relationships that occur within a place and the (sometimes) incidental observations that occur.
Lynné Bowman Cravens is a photographer working in an interdisciplinary method that focuses on her experiences of frustration, longing, & denied desires.
Back to Me is a raw look at the use of photography to bring oneself back from the brink of mental illness.
Jim Mortam is a self-taught photographer from Norfolk (UK) whose emotionally evocative photo-essays marry text and image to share the stories of those often living on the margins.
Abide with Me is a 15 minute film short about three generations of one family – daughter, mother and grandfather. From the perspective of the present, it explores how the past has influence in the family.
Antonia Attwood’s video piece
My Mother Tongue is an exploration of a mothers experience with bipolar disorder, as imagined through the eyes of her daughter.