Visual artist & research practitioner who’s work identifies cultural theory and people’s relationships within society. My work is freelance, this includes working in education from ages 12+, local community youth groups, commercial clients as well as the TV/Film industries.
Master of Arts Degree (Merit) The University of Central Lancashire
Bachelor of Arts Degree (2:1) The University of Chester
PGCE (Teacher & Lecturing)
Theory based practitioner, skills include, photography, teaching, guest speaking, film making, exhibitions & providing support to young people.
Julie is also a member of MAP Collective, a collective group based in the Northwest of England. Exhibitions and publications by Map Collective explore the visual effects of the Anthropocene and current changes to our planet.
Help in keeping the streets of Liverpool safe, I run a Lives4Liverpool campaign with young adults who educate members of the public on knife crime, in association with Merseyside Police and local authorities.
Awarded for outstanding professional practice in MA Photography 2017
Exhibitions Dates for 2017
October- November 2017 - Harris Museum, Preston, A modern visual reflection of the original Beattie Water Collections.
September 2017 - PR1 Gallery, Preston, West Bank Boyz, A visual representation of the male culture living under Israel occupation in Hebron and Bethlehem.
March 2017 - PR1 Gallery, Preston, MAP Collective, photographic landscape imagery that highlights the effects ofthe Anthropocene and changes of the world we live in.