Bio About the Artist
Tracey Thorne was born in Cornwall and splits her time living and working in Birmingham, UK and Portland, Jamaica. She is a photographer and photo artist with a special interest in the ephemeral landscape, found objects and photo activism.
In addition to photography, her work includes use of alternative photographic process making cyanotypes and exploring use of street art practices for outside installations.
More recently she has been developing work as visual activism to protest and campaign on issues that I am passionate about these mainly include issues relating to: the environment, urban spaces and tackling societal inequalities (e.g women's rights) - read more The Art of Protest.
She has a Masters in Public Health and extensive experience of working with communities for over twenty five years in Birmingham. This work was mainly on projects that tackle a range of health inequalities, neighborhood regeneration and social issues including drug misuse, homelessness and sexual violence.
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Check out my shop here where I stock a range of prints and self published photo zines here
Hand-Painted Jamaica, photo zine
Lots of Signs: Jamaican Dancehall Signs, photo Zine
Birmingham Ghost Signs, zine