I am a recent First Class BA (Hons) Filmmaking graduate of Kingston School of Art. I was born in Hastings and I have just moved back to St Leonards after completing my studies. Through my experiences at University and in the industry, I have become particularly interested in documentary film and photography. With a focus on the ideological side as opposed to the technical, I am particularly attrac…
A visual artist using photography & video interested in our environment, history, humanity, gender. Working on self directed projects in the gallery and in the community. Received the National Open Art Award in 2016. Studied at University Westminster BA Photography in 2008. Received a residency post in January 2018 now part of a forthcoming touring Arts Council Funded Exhibition Constructed Ge…
Affordable online art gallery representing female and non-binary artists. Easy and accessible platform to buy quality art for your home, and support local and international artists.
Common mormon studios
ART & DESIGN STUDIOS. Common Mormon Studios is a greative hub containing 11 studio spaces over two floors. The studios range from open plan spaces to private rooms, most spaces have excellent natural light. Studio prices include heating electric and wifi.There are toilets and a kitchen facility as well as a studio manager on site.
Deborah Bowness has been designing & making bespoke, handprinted wallpapers since 1999. The Print Room was established to facilitate the production of a unique collection of wallpapers. Like the wallpapers this is not a conventional print room. Deborah has a reputation for creating haphazard experimental surface design which actively looks to avoid conventional techniques.
I am an artist, photographer, content producer and educator based in St Leonards-on-Sea. I am known for my photographs of London and its music culture and for events and blogging. Locally, my activity includes event & portrait photography, workshops and talks. My work engages with themes of music, community, home, environment, multiculturalism and youth-culture. I have exhibited an installatio…