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Alison Baskerville
Documentary Photographer, Artist + Educator
Based in Birmingham, UK


alison@alisonbaskerville.co.uk | +44 (0)7919 485430


Education

2010 | MA in Photojournalism — University of Westminster, London.
1996 | BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design Stafford College, Stafford.

Group Exhibitions


2017 —  2019 | No Man’s Land   Impressions Gallery, Bradford. Touring to Bristol Cathedral, The Turnpike & Bishop Auckland Town Hall.

2017 | Truth — Weston Library, Oxford for TEDxSkoll.

2016 | On the Front Line: Women Photojournalists in War Zones Palazzo Madama, Piazza Castello, Turin.
2016 | Women And War Festival — So & So Arts Club, London.

2015 | Flowers of Hargeisa — International Book Fair, Hargeisa, Somaliland.

2013 | A Woman’s Place Royal Artillery Museum, London.

Solo Exhibitions


2016 | Women Create Change Frideswide Square, Oxford for Oxford Festival of the Arts.

2012 | The White Picture Oxo Gallery, London.

2011 | Make Do and Mend Custard Factory, Birmingham & Gallery 150, Leamington Spa.

Published Works
2018 | Balancing Act Birmingham.

2017 | Call of Duty International Women’s Media Foundations reporting trip Chiapas, Mexico.

2016 | Women for Women Present Kosovo, Erbil. 

2014 | Excavating Past Crimes in Somaliland Hargeisa.

2013 | These Precious Things  Philippines.

2012 2014 | Childbirth in Gaza and commission for CARE International on post-conflict development Gaza, Palestine.

2012 | BBC In Pictures - Training soldiers in Mali.

2011 - 2014 | Event and photo reportage for the Royal British Legion.

2009 - Present | Photographer for Graeae Theatre Company, including official tour photography for Reasons to be Cheerful (2010)/

Talks, Presentations








2018 | Photography & Trauma — DUMBO, New York for Photoville NYC.
2018 | Women in Journalism Perugia, Italy for International Festival of Journalism.
2018 | Art and War: from the Cold War to Afghanistan Royal College of Nursing, London.


2017 | Gender, Representation and Photography — Harrogate Photographic Society, Yorkshire.
2017 | RPS Documentary Photographer of the Year judge.
2017 | WOW Bradford — Kala Sangam, Bradford.





2016 | Women And War: Photography Today with Lisa Barnard — London, Imperial War Museum.

2015 | News Reporting and Navigating Risk: Is Gender a Factor? — Frontline Club, London.

2014 | Women of the World (WOW) Festival Southbank Centre, London

Workshops
2018 —  2019 | A Place Called Me artists in residence programme with year 11 students Parkside Academy, Willington, County Durham.2018 RPS Documentary Photography Norwich, Suffolk.

2017 | Northern Writes — The Forge, Stanley, County Durham.
2017 | Inclusive Media safety training for female journalists  Amman, Jordan.
2017 | RPS Documentary Photography Chichester, Sussex.
2017 | RPS  Documentary Photography Salisbury, Wiltshire.
2017 RPS  Documentary & Storytelling Winchester, Wiltshire.

Curation
2018 | P.M.T (Powering The Matriarchy Together) Impact Hub Birmingham.

2017 | Perspectives Parlour Birmingham Hippodrome for TEDxBrum.
2017 | P.M.T (Powering The Matriarchy Together) Impact Hub Birmingham.





© Alison Baskerville 2019