Mudcamp, USA, 2019. Photo: Will Hartley


Born in 1986, Fern Leigh Albert grew up in Hertfordshire and is now based in the South West of England. She studied at The University of the Arts London (London College of Communication) and completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Photography in 2013. Her project 'Wild Wood' has been shortlisted for various photography awards and been exhibited in group and solo shows internationally.



Exhibitions: Arles International Festival of Photography, The New York Photo Festival, The Truman Brewery Brick Lane London, The Print Space with Magnum Photos, Unveil’d Photo Festival, Seoul International Photo Festival, Nature Artists in the World - South Korea, Royal Albert Hall - RPS International Print Competition,  Museum TwentseWelle - The Netherlands, The Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World - Exeter, Noorderlict Photo Festival - The Netherlands, The Portobello Photography Gallery - London, Berkeley Gallery - London, Greenwich Heritage Centre - London, The Dodo Gallery - Exeter, MAC Birmingham, IC Visual Lab - Bristol, Dreamspace Gallery - London, The London College of Communication, Mother with Ideastap and Magnum Photos - London, IC Visual Lab - Bristol, The Chelsea School of Art.

Fern works as a freelance photographer and on films as a set decorator, combining her love for art and moving image. She also keeps chickens and grows her own vegetables. She is available for commissions, using film and/or digital and runs photography workshops on Dartmoor. Get in touch for more details.

All images © Fern Leigh Albert 2019. Please seek permission if you wish to use images in print or online.


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