photographer

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Alan McFetridge

A photographer exploring forced migration and where will we go, as a species, when we can no longer inhabit lands we have since our beginnings.

Cliff Cockerham

A Climate Ambassador with Physicians for Social Responsibility, a painter and retired research scientist who brings science into art galleries, promoting art that addresses climate change.

Dan Harvey

A sculptor and photographer whose time-based work often reflects scientific and environmental concerns and reveals an intrinsic bias towards process and event.

Fi Brown

A writer and photographer, using these to inform, educate, discuss, and make people think about the world around us and our impact upon it.

Jacqui Jones

A multi-media artist immersed in current social, political and scientific thinking, whose work encourages thought, conversation and action, focusing on the climate crisis and single-use plastics.

Joan Sullivan

A self-taught photographer who seeks moments of grace and beauty in order to inspire others to visualize – to imagine – what our post-carbon world will look like.

Margaret LeJeune

An image-maker, curator, and educator working predominantly with photographic-based mediums to explore our precarious relationship to the natural world.

Marybeth Haas

A mixed media artist and Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, working in multi dimensions through digital photography, collage, clay, sculpture, video and ritual, whose art explores environmental themes

Mike Hembury

A writer, musician and photographer, with a regular column on climate change, whose novel, New Clone City (2018), features environmental themes in an urban setting.

Oliver Raymond-Barker
is a ClimateCultures Author

An artist using photography in its broadest sense – analogue and digital process, natural materials and camera-less methods of image making – to explore our relationship to nature.

Robynne Limoges
is a ClimateCultures Author

An artist who uses photography in a search for illumination, playing out the metaphysical question of just how little light is required to dispel darkness.