Lorna MacKay is an artist working across photography, printmaking and moving image. With an interest in heritage, identity and our relationship with environment her work often explores connections between people and place.
She is based in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) having worked locally in theatre, museums and galleries before returning to education to study photography at Newcastle College in 2016 and latterly a Masters in Creative Arts Practice at Newcastle University graduating in 2021.
In 2021 she was shortlisted for the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Award, was a recipient of the British Journal of Photography’s inaugural Decade of Change Award and more recently has been shortlisted for the National Trust’s North East Emerging Artist Prize 2022.
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