Heather McCutcheon

                                                                                                                                       Painted Desert                             Aghade Abhainn                       Road Trip

                                                                                                                                                 My Grandmother Lived in the Mountains                 Salt Water



Heather McCutcheon is a photographer using film with a background in Fine Art and Literature.

Her work is an exploration into the concept of “home” through lineage, location, and nature

in the form of photographic poems. She is aware of her privileges in exploring this notion in a world

of borders, segregation and displacement and strives for a brighter future founded on togetherness.


Heather has been chosen as one of 100 artists to launch Daisie, the new connection app for creatives designed by 

Maisie Williams and Dom Santry. As feautured in The Observer, TechCrunch, Evening Standard, i-D, Sky News, Refinery29.

Heather will be a featured user on the new app where she will be sharing updates of her work.

2015 - English and American Literature (BA Hons) University of Kent


✉ heathermccutcheonphotography@gmail.com

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Exhibitions and Talks

Tree Top Talks: She's the One, A Celebration of Women, The Beaney, Canterbury, 2018

Family Photography Now, The Photographer's Gallery Instagram, 2017

John Hughes Arts Festival, Jesus College, Cambridge, 2017

Transcribing Spaces, Studio 3 Gallery, Kent, 2015

Exposure Award: Portraiture, The Louvre, Paris, 2015

Black and White, University of Kent, Canterbury, 2015

Artist Interviews

Huck Magazine 2017

The Adventure Handbook 2016

The Commission Magazine 2016

Mull It Over 2015

Ghost Magazine 2015

Clients and Features

Daisie, 2018

Tjejland Takeover, 2018

The G Word Paper, 2018

Carla dal Forno for Loud and Quiet, 2017

Primavera Sound, 2017

Kevin Morby for Loud and Quiet, 2017

The Photographer's Gallery, 2017

Lenscratch, 2017

Idles for Loud and Quiet, 2017

Totally for Loud and Quiet, 2016

The 405, 2017

TMRW Magazine, 2016

Car Seat Headrest for Loud and Quiet, 2016

Oliver Coates for Loud and Quiet, 2016

The Range for Loud and Quiet, 2016

Wandering Bears, 2016

My Grandmother Lived in the Mountains for The Teenage Head, 2016

Forest Falls Vintage, 2016

California Blues for The Teenage Head, 2015

See Me Awards, 2015

The Portraiture Collection, 2015

67 for The Teenage Head, 2015

Not Safe For Work, 2015

Road Trip for The Teenage Head, 2014

Accent Magazine, 2014

NYC for The Teenage Head, 2014

Original Artwork © Heather McCutcheon 2018