Andrew Jackson is an award winning photographer whose work is held in numerous public and private photographic collections.
He produces commissions for publications such as The Guardian and The Financial Times Magazine and his personal works negotiates knowledge of selfhood as influenced by political and familial history.
His photographs, texts and other interventions, focus on migration, citizenship and urbanism; and speak to the ways in which interpellation impacts both upon our systems of belief, and our notions of self, but also to our connection to the physical spaces around us - and those who inhabit them. uses environmental portraits and long form works to explore urbanism, citizenship and migration.
He is Co-Director of Some Cities CIC
Tel: +44 7790 962 689
The Old Print Works
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