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Photography Beyond the Creative Outlet by Jemma Bannocks ARPS

Photography Beyond the Creative Outlet by Jemma Bannocks ARPS

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Aug 12 2024 19:00 - 20:30
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Women in Photography Member Led Event

An Online Talk: Photography Beyond the Creative Outlet by Jemma Bannocks ARPS

According to a Forbes article from February 2024, 246 million people worldwide are affected by depressive symptoms and 374 million are affected by anxiety.

Due to long wait lists, lack of access to services, and what treatment is available, people are finding other ways to maintain and improve their mental health.

Jemma Bannocks has been in the care of the NHS Mental Health system since 2003, only gaining a formal diagnosis and treatment plan in 2018.

Describing the process as ‘Therapeutic Photographic Research’, Jemma will share how photography has helped her to express, explore, understand, and accept her mental health conditions.

Please be aware that whilst all images displayed are suitable for all this talk will contain sensitive discussions around Mental Health conditions and how it has affected Jemma, which some viewers may find difficult.

This event is for WIP group members only.


Jemma Bannocks is a British photographer living and working in Essex, UK. For Jemma the act of photography and the photograph provides the language to express herself and gain an understanding of what is happening within her Mental Health conditions. 

Favouring no method in particular, Jemma uses a variety of cameras and experimental techniques to capture her surrounding Essex Landscape, employing it as both subject and collaborator. 

Jemma has also hosted multiple Mindfulness Photography workshops and talks for the local primary school as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. 

BA (Hons) Photography (2013) 

MA Photography (2023) 


AOP Student Award Finalist 2022 RPS IPE 165 Shortlist 

Jemma Bannocks (@apintsizedcosmos) • Instagram photos and videos 

Website Jemma Bannocks

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