Jamie Johnson

About me

I am a BA(Hons) Photography graduate from Falmouth University, graduating with first class honours.

I specialise in the abstract and the conceptual, using theory that interests me and applying it to making things that, essentially, make me happy. There is a narrative intertwined within these works. I create work using different - and, often, non-photographic techniques - I enjoy making installation pieces and exploring the role of texture and audience interaction (see All That Remained).

As a secondary pursuit, I also do commission photography. I am an alumnus of MAYN Creative, having held a role as paid photographer with them. My portfolio of commissions includes, amongst others, the Halloween Masked BallPorthleven Food Festival, Falmouth Oyster Festival and events from the B-Side Collective. I am available for commission so feel free to drop me a message if you're interested!

Exhibitions

June 2019: ZEAL. Free Range, The Old Truman Brewery, London. Involved in curation, fundraising and graphic design alongside exhibiting.

May 2019: ZEAL (Graduate Show). The IoP, Falmouth. Involved in curation, fundraising and graphic design alongside exhibiting.

March 2019: Voices in the Anthropocene. Falmouth University, Falmouth. Compiled reading pack in collaboration with Catarina Fontoura, alongside showing work.

October 2018: FREE. The IoP, Falmouth.

June - August 2018: THG Open 2018. Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton.

May 2018: PARA. The Poly, Falmouth.

2016-2018: The IoP, various student-lead exhibitions. Falmouth. 

Publications

May 2019: Chaos, Order. Self published. Available to purchase here.

March 2019: Voices in the Anthropocene. Falmouth University. Designed and compiled by myself, content curated by Catarina Fontoura and Bethan Evans. Coinciding with the symposium of the same title.

May 2018: WHISPER Magazine, Issue 01.

Relevant experience

July 2019 - present: Voluntary curatorial assistant, Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton.

November 2018 - May 2019: Nominee photographer, MAYN Creative.

 

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