JD works with photography as a means of studying a range of architectural ideologies including the vernacular and the abstract.
Her photography is a way of examining how our built environment reflects our individual and our sociopolitical pursuits of space and place. Whether that be through the image of a half-built adobe house in one of the oldest Native American communities of New Mexico; or through an image of a bicycle hanging from the window of a high rise housing block in London.
Photographing since she was a teenager and holding a BA in Digital Photography from London South Bank University, JD has exhibited her artwork here in the UK and in US; and has has worked with traditional film and digital methods for over twenty years. Her proudest photographic achievements have included spearheading an exhibition to raise money for the homeless charity Shelter, and getting her parents to assist her on a mission to photograph the Night-blooming Cereus one very windy night in July.
Currently on leave to raise her two children, she has recently taken her family and camera on a road trip through the Arizona desert. She looks forward to exhibiting to you what she has found there.
51 Kingsley Avenue, W13 0EQ
Friday 6th Sept — 4pm to 8pm
Saturday 7th Sept — 11am to 6pm
Sunday 8th Sept — 11am to 6pm
Friday 13th Sept — 4pm to 8pm
Saturday 14th Sept — 11am to 6pm
Sunday 15th Sept — 11am to 6pm
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Wheelchair accessible: Limited