Fiona Robinson finds the low environmental impact of the anthotype process to be the key attraction. See her work.
From: Salford, UK.
Fiona Robinson discovered the anthotype process while studying for an MA in socially-engaged photography, adding to her qualifications in ecology and community development. Much of Fiona Robinson’s photographic work focuses on the natural world, and so the low environmental impact of the process is the key attraction. She particularly enjoys collaborative work and sharing the technique with others. Fiona divides her time between photography, working in public health and being a family carer.
“Discovering the anthotype process has enabled my photographic practice to become much more playful and experimental.”
More about Fiona Robinson:
- Contact email: photoswithfiona (at) gmail.com
- Instagram: @photos.with.fiona
- Facebook: facebook.com/Photoswithfionaworkshops
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