About Me

I’m an artist working with photography – in print, projection, and site specific installation.  Originally from Sheffield, Yorkshire, I currently live and work in London.

I am interested in the perceived dichotomy between the transient and the permanent and the fluidity of the experiential relationship with these states.  I’m drawn to vegetation and natural elements as an expression of this, and in connection to place.  My work combines analogue and digital technologies with alternative processes to create “a unique mood and energy”, tracking my physical and emotional experience both in process and subject matter.

In 2013 I won the Islington Exhibits Artists Awards, and have since been Awarded Honourable Mentions in the Mobile Photography Awards (2014), iPhone Photography Awards (2015) and IPA One Shot Award (2015). I was also awarded finalist in 4 categories of the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Women Photographers (2015), and shortlisted for Life Framer edition II (2015). In 2017 I achieved 3rd place in the Fix Photo Festival Awards (harmony) and was also awarded Highlighted Photographer in the London Independent Photography exhibition, selected by Gemma Barnett of the Photographers Gallery, London.

Selected works are represented for publication purposes by Millennium Images, London, and you can also find my work on Getty istock.

© Unless otherwise stated all images copyright Nicola Jayne Maskrey.

This is me putting together a projection based installation

This is me building a projection based installation for Islington Exhibits (2013 Artists Award Winner)

To look through my wider portfolio, including biog of exhibitions go to: www.njmaskrey.com.  You can also find me at: www.lensculture.com/npicola or follow me on twitter @npicola and facebook, on tumblr and Instagram

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