Zoë Barker

The difference between the commonplace and the extraordinary is only a matter of perspective – everything is remarkable in its own way. Zoë shoots on medium format film, her meticulous approach allowing her the time to really explore domestic details, her images capturing an ‘ordinary’ world that is full of beauty.

Based on the Isle of Wight, Zoë has exhibited in London, Bristol, Dorset and Devon and internationally in Germany and Spain. She was a finalist in the National Open Art Awards 2017 and her series House of Two Sisters won the Documentary Category at the British Life Photography Awards 2015. She supplies images for the Millennium Picture Library and her work has appeared in a wide range of publications including Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food, New Scientist, The Independent Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail and multiple book covers

Zoë shoots on a Mamiya RZ67 medium format camera with Kodak film.

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