Lynn Weddle

Lynn Weddle’s practice is concerned with human interaction and exploring ways of presenting ourselves through photographic portraiture.

The practice is intrigued by the roles that people play and challenges the ways in which we see each other. The process by which the works emerge is collaborative becoming therapeutic and educational for her subjects and this is integral to her vision as an artist.

Alongside developing her own photographic practice Lynn Weddle has designed and conducted participatory photography workshops since 2003.  She has developed a sensitive, improvisational style working with an extraordinary array of people in diverse settings.

She has a profound commitment to the power of photography and conversation to allow us to learn and understand more about ourselves, others, and our environment and an intuitive talent for creating spaces to share and learn.  She creates opportunities for others to control their own image and representation.

Her education practice has lead to working internationally running photographic projects, residencies and commissions in partnership with the British Museum, Tate Modern, Photovoice, Focal Point gallery, Four Corners, HIV Alliance, Save the Children and Pallant House Gallery.