Laura Page is an artist, photographer, photojournalist and socially-engaged practitioner.
Laura’s current project, entitled The Hidden Depths, will be a series of portraits of people aged over 80, with the aim of capturing “the daily lives of a diverse and surprising range of people”. The project was recently featured on BBC News.
Her artwork is a mixture of photography, film, sound and mixed media and she often collaborates with others. Much of her work explores people, society, politics, culture and philosophy.
She works as a socially engaged artist practitioner with people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities often working with groups that are marginalised or have little access to art and supporting people to make high-quality artwork which aims at giving people a voice, building confidence and strengthening communities. She photographs and writes articles and reviews for regional, national and international newspapers and magazines.
Laura has fully qualified in all of the National Council for the Training of Journalists’ (NCTJ) National Certificate Examination’s in photojournalism. She also has BA Hons and Masters degrees in philosophy. She won the Trevor Roberts Award for the best up-and-coming photographer at the Midlands Media Awards.
Laura has some of her photographic artwork on display at exhibitions around the UK.
You can contact her on 07886 245477 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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