Kirsty specialises in architectural photography and has exhibited her photography over the last two years, both in London and Maidenhead. Her latest work include a photobook called ‘Fassett Square E20’ and a project called ‘Monumental City’ which looks at the use of abstract architectural forms to explore ideas of capitalism and development within the city. This project was exhibited as part of Kirsty’s degree show with Freerange at the Old Truman Brewery from 28thJune – 2ndJuly 2018. Kirsty’s present style is to produce high contrast images with vivid colours and high clarity. She currently uses a Canon 6D.
Kirsty’s love for photography has grown from her father, he has always been her biggest inspiration as he has used a camera ever since he was a little boy. Her first camera was a Polaroid digital compact camera and she remembers taking this on a family holiday. Kirsty worked in a photographic retail shop in Seaford, East Sussex for her first job for almost four years. Kirsty was able to really get to grips with different types of camera and equipment during her time here. This was where she used a DSLR for the first time. Her first DSLR (Sony Alpha 100) was purchased here. She also took a huge amount of inspiration from her manager at the time and still values his opinion and accepts his advice today.
Kirsty has Cerebral Palsy. In no way has this affected her ability in her photography but rather adds life experience. Having a disability has allowed her to see everyday life through a unique perspective. She uses this to constantly to push herself to achieve the best of her ability.
Kirsty’s website is focused around her latest architectural projects. Kirsty completed a BTEC National Diploma in Photography and has recently achieved a First Class Honours in BA Hons Photography from the University of West London. Choosing Kirsty as your photographer will provide you with the creative vision, inspiration and passion for any project or commission.