Hattie Collins is an artist and researcher exploring ideas of identity and intersectional inequality. She acquired a first-class BA in Photography at the University of East London in 2018, and in 2022 graduated with Distinction in MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy from University of the Arts London. Alongside her MRes, Collins worked on refining her undergraduate dissertation, which has since been published in Volume 7, Issue 1 of JAWS: Journal of Arts Writing by Students. Hattie Collins has had works exhibited at The Old Biscuit Factory and Brady Arts Centre in London, as well as an artbook – Photographs of the Feminine Ideal: Cyanotype Impressions – being published in the National Art Library in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She has also facilitated creative workshops since 2017 for people of all ages and abilities, often collaborating with community organisations, in an effort to ensure the accessibility of creative practice.
Hattie Collins's art book 'Photographs of the Feminine Ideal:Cyanotype Impressions' is available to view on request by clicking here.
Hattie Collins's latest publication 'Photographic realism, camera-less photography and the representation of the feminine: The work of Floris Neusüss' is available to view here.