“School Portrait: Rwanda”, 2016 | Amanda Harman
Amanda trained in photography at West Surrey College of Art and Design and London College of Communication and has worked on a range of commissions and projects of galleries, museums, charities and commercial clients. Through her photographic projects she aims to reveal the hidden or unexpected stories of the people and places she encounters. Her work has been exhibited widely in the UK and internationally and is held in a number of collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Media Museum, Bradford. She has been the recipient of a number of awards and prizes and currently lives and works in the South West of England. At present, she has just published her first book, A Fluid Landscape, with the fantastic Another Place Press.
We spoke to Amanda about her series 'School Portrait, Rwanda'.
To see more of Amanda's work, visit www.amandaharman.co.uk
All images and text © Amanda Harman