Publications –

Adventure Handbook, Ain’t Bad, Assembly, Commission Magazine, Daisie 100, Fotoroom,  The G Word, Ghost Magazine, Huck, Lenscratch, Loud & Quiet, Mull It Over, The Teenage Head, TjejLand, tmrw, The 405.
About –

Heather McCutcheon (b.1994) is a fine art photographer based in the South East of England. Her work documents the idiosyncrasies of our contemporary natural landscapes and examines the impact that human occupation has on the environment.

McCutcheon studied at the University of Kent with a BA Hons in English and American Literature. She uses digital and analogue mediums, and all film work is hand printed and developed by the artist.

Her work has been published and exhibited widely around the world. She has worked with a number of magazines in the music industry, photographing emerging artists such as Kevin Morby, Idles and Car Seat Headrest.

She now focuses her photographic work on human-altered topography and how we coexist with the natural world in a climate emergency. 

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Exhibitions and talks –

The Flag Project
Rockefeller Center, New York City

From the Experience to the Construction of the Past
Space Millepiani, Rome

Tree Top Talks: A Celebration of Women
The Beaney, Canterbury

Family Photography Now
The Photographer's Gallery, London

John Hughes Arts Festival
Jesus College, Cambridge

Transcribing Spaces
Studio 3 Gallery, Canterbury

Exposure Award: Portraiture
The Louvre, Paris

Black and White
University of Kent, Canterbury
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