Amanda Denny is a London based photographic artist and visual storyteller who works increasingly with imagery, literature and archival material, using both analogue and digital image making processes. Her practice explores our mental spaces, including issues of urban living, solitude versus loneliness, memory, social stigmas and conflicts of choice. Alongside this, she introduces the imbrication of time and chance happenings and the paths we end up on. She produces narrative spaces that enable her to respond to everyday life and the social environment. The photo book and the development of photo-text are core to her practice. Amanda's work is held in private collections and she has been exhibited in group shows worldwide; she has just graduated with a BA (Hons) in Photography from the University of Westminster.
- No Place Like Home photo book on display at La Biblioteca Nacional de España as part of the PHotoESPAÑA Festival 2019.
- Exhibitor in the Time to Think Shutter Hub exhibition at Festival Pil’Ours, France 4th Edition. The exhibition runs from 1st July – 31st August 2019.
- Cold Cases, Brighton Fringe, The Old Police Cells, Brighton 29 September 2018
- City to Sea Coney Island* 2018 Wall Ortiz Gallery, NY 13th September 2018 to 15th November 2018
- Peckham 24 Photography Festival 2018 - featured in the slideshow projection of works at the Overhaul exhibition. Friday 18th May - Sunday 20th May, Safehouse 1, 139 Copeland Road, London, SE15 3SN.
- Intrusion 2017 at Paddington Central, London
- Crossrail's Street Hoardings Photography Display Dean Street W1 since 2011
Her Book No Place Like Home (2018) was shortlisted for the La Fabrica and Photo London Book Dummy Award 2019 and was nominated for the First Book Award 2018.
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