Aimee Arrowsmith

Having moved over the summer I now live next to Colliers Moss which is a regenerated area in Saint Helens. The area that was once Bold Colliery and Power Station is now full of trees and wildlife, it is a great place for nurturing my love for photographing everything natural.
I focus on the things the average passer by wouldn’t notice and try to capture close up details of natural forms. Whilst I’m out on walks this also gives me an opportunity to hunt for interesting things to take back home and photograph in my lightbox, this is where I play with arrangements and lighting.
This study focuses on natural form, for example leaves, bark and moss. First photographed in their natural habitat where I found them and then taken out and instead placed in an unnatural, manufactured environment on a stark white background.

Aimee has been 'Commended' for the UoC Vice Chancellor's Choice Award for Photography 2021.

Aimee has been 'Commended' for the UoC Vice Chancellor's Choice Award for Photography 2021.

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