Abigail is a self-taught photographer who makes work on manual film cameras. She is fascinated by collaborative practice, portraiture and photographic tableau and works in partnership with her subjects in order to represent them authentically and make them feel comfortable in front of the lens. Her work has been published and exhibited in many different locations nationally.
Ten years working with young people of all ages has given Abigail a wealth of experience in areas such as co-constructed learning, alternative communication and behavior support. With an MA in Inclusive Arts Practice from the University of Brighton, she specialises in creating working environments that are accessible to all regardless of need or ability and which promote creative process and strong production values.