Hattie Collins is an artist utilising the photographic medium as her paintbrush. Through exploring various alternative cameraless photographic techniques, she is able to raise a dialogue about social, political and environmental issues from a unique and engaging perspective.
Having recently attained a BA (Hons) in Photography, Hattie 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.
To keep up-to-date with current projects, check out the Instagram feed to the right.
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.