ABOUT THE ARTIST
(b. 1986. Sydney, NSW, Australia)
Ashleigh Garwood is an Australian photographic artist working primarily in silver gelatin. She is interested in analogue and alternative photographic processes, often combining or blurring the lines between these approaches to image making. Obtaining a Bachelor of Art Theory from UNSW College of Fine Arts in 2009, Garwood has since undergone further artistic training in silver gelatin processes with Blanco Negro Studios, collodion + ambrotype processes with George Eastman House and is currently completing a Bachelor of Photography (Honours) at the University of Technology in Sydney. In 2017 Garwood completed the Astrophotography Residency at the Astrophysics Department of the University of Idaho (USA), was selected as a finalist in the NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship, and is featured in the exhibition 'Another Green World: Landscape of the 21st Century', curated by Dr Andrew Frost at Western Plains Cultural Centre.
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