Hattie Collins is a multidisciplinary artist, facilitator and writer specialising in alternative methodology and practice. Her artwork aims to raise a dialogue surrounding socio-political issues including feminism, the environment and the nature of creative practice from a unique and engaging perspective.
Having attained a BA (Hons) in Photography, Collins has become increasingly interested in contextual analysis of art works. In turn, each project is heavily researched and a deeper subtext resides amongst each body of work. She is currently studying for an MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy in London.
Hattie Collins's art book 'Photographs of the Feminine Ideal:Cyanotype Impressions' was acquired by the National Art Library at the V&A in January 2019. The book is available to view on request by clicking here.