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Amanda Gordon was born in Aberdeen, Scotland. Her photographic career began when she worked as a press photographer and assistant picture editor at Aberdeen Journals Ltd (2000 - 2010).


Following a relocation to the south coast of England, Amanda saw her opportunity to return to academia where she undertook a BA (Hons) in Photography, University of Brighton (2013-2016). Subsequently she decided to continue with these studies and completed a MA Photography, University of Brighton (2016-2019).​

Artist Statement

Re-presenting banal materials and objects found within the domestic space, my work continually examines the intrinsic fragility of matter and being, and the boundary of existence. These everyday materials are transformed into the ‘other’; no longer identifiable, existing ambiguously in both state and space thereby allowing the viewer to exercise a degree of autonomy in authorship, context and interpretation.

However my depiction of fragility extends beyond the compositional content of each of my images and is referenced and mirrored in the delicate surfaces of my photographic objects. It is this materiality that is an essential contextual consideration throughout my work, particularly at a time in its history, when photography is suffering from its own crisis of materiality.



2019 graduated - MA Photography, University of Brighton - Distinction

2016 graduated - BA (Hons) Photography, University of Brighton - First Class

Group Exhibitions

2022 - Ustopia (Anywhere but Nowhere), Skyway Gallery, Shoreham by Sea (Brighton Photo Fringe)


2021 - Graduate Showcase,,Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London


2021 - Emulsion: Chapter II, online, virtual exhibition, The Holy Art, London

2020 - Unmasked, online virtual exhibition presented by The Impulsive Movement (Artist Collective)


2020 - Pryzma Collective, Regency Townhouse, Brighton (Brighton Photo Fringe)

2019 - Unfixed, University of Brighton, Edward Street Gallery, Brighton


2016 – Free Range Show (Photography Week Two), Old Truman Brewery, London


2016 – University of Brighton Graduate Show, Edward Street Gallery, Brighton


2016 - Ryerson/Brighton Image Exchange, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada


2015 – Anatomies, Naked Eye Gallery, Hove


2015 – Shift, University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, Brighton


2020: Danny Wilson Memorial Awards, Peoples Choice Award - Nothing and Everything Happened (Pryzma Collective).

2016 – Platform Award - nomination

2013 –International Street Photography Award - shortlisted

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