George Rayner Devon, United Kingdom
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An emerging British visual artist from Croyde, North Devon, with a first Class BA(Hons) Photography degree at the University of Derby, completed an internship at FORMAT 21 International Photography Festival, at current a gallery assistant at Studio KIND.

He specialises in analogue black and white print, a methodical and deliberate process that reflects his visualisations. Developing the conventional analogue photographic technique into one more ecologically sustainable, and allowing nature to have a play within his work. He explores his relationship with the environment through materialistic allegory in quiet landscapes with a gentle humour. His work often considers themes of climate change and unveiling man's impact upon the earth, and his interpretation of our existence.

Exhibited: D31 Photography Prize 22 , “Unstable Ground” Group exhibition Studio Kind 2022, “Evidence” Bath Photofestival 2022, “Extravagant Disjunction” ACE Arts Somerton 2022, “Ossuary”Fronteer Art Sheffield 2022, Tour De Moon Press Issue No.6 Ephemeris Contribution Betweening April 2022, Transient Tales of the Teinter Solo exhibition Studio Kind North Devon 2022, FORMAT graduate-award exhibition 2021, FORMAT 2021 International Conference, Between Past and Future - University of Derby BA (Hons) Photography Degree Show 2021, “A Moment of Zen” Exposure Festival Online 2020, Shutter Hub Yearbook 2020, Erasmus+ Documentary of Culture. 2019.


Hung Out to Dry, Large scale silver gelatine black and white prints , 2019


Coasting , Film Photography Prints and Cine Film Projection , 2021


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