About 

Gabrielle Guy is a location photographer telling stories within Fine Art Documentary & Commercial Practices.

 

Bio

Gabrielle Guy trained as a Fine Art Documentary photographer, and tells stories by recording faces and places. She uses both analogue and digital photography practices, and often incorporates: video/sound and installation elements into her work. 

Guy connects with her subjects through portraiture by exploring how they wish to be represented in a particular moment of time. This is a collaborative process to ensure that power remains in the hands of those whose stories are being told. 

Education

MA Material & Visual Culture (UCL) - 2017 - 2018
BA (Hons) Photography (First Class) - 2014 - 2017

Exhibitions

  • Tate Modern; Tate Exchange - Southwark Untold, artist - contributing filmmaker (2018)
  • TenPoint5ive Gallery -  exhibitor and panel member, (2018)
  • Safehouse 1 Gallery, exhibitor and panel member (2018)
  • TenPoint5ive Gallery - curator and exhibitor, (2018)
  • Nunhead Green Community Centre (2017) - Solo
  • University of Hertfordshire (2017)
  • Luton Hat Factory (2016)
  • Heartwood Forest (2015)        
  • Westminster Kingsway College (2013)  

Press

Peckham Peculiar, April 2018 (Front page and official interview, p24)

Peckham Peculiar, September 2016 (Image Credits, p7)

Work with Me

Gabrielle is available for commercial, editorial or private commissions. Get in touch using my contact form to discuss rates and availability.

Print Sales

Prints are sold on request. For any prints not listed in the online store, please get in touch. 

Some of my prints are also available for purchase at: www.1340gallery.com

Representation/Societies

  • Crème de la Crème - UK (present) 
  • 1340 Art Gallery (2017-present)
  • London Creative Network (2017-2018)
  • NUJ Student Member (2015-2018)
  • AOP Student Member (2015-2017)

Industry Experience

  • Four Corners (Roman Road) (2016-2018)
  • Astrid Schulz Photography (2016)
  • Magnum Photos (2016)
  • Keyphoto Ltd (2016)
  • Pecan Pi x Southwark Council (2015 - 2016)
Using Format