Andrew Jackson was born in Dudley in the West Midlands. He completed an MA in Documentary Photography at Newport (University of Wales) and has since embarked on both commissioned and personal works. These works have sought to examine our emotional responses both to the spaces that surround us but also to the emotional spaces that exist between ourselves and others. He has a specific interest in exploring notions of identity and representation and is currently examining, within From a Small Island, the legacy of post-war migration from the Caribbean to Britain. His work is held in both private and public collections and he was recently nominated for the Prix Pictet photography Prize
Posted on Wednesday, April 11, 2012.
Ice cave, Mendenhall Glacier, 2012
Redwoods (4), 2011-12
Kennewick, Washington, 2003
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