Perth Museum and Art Gallery Perth
She continues her personal project exploring the lives of women working with the Scottish landscape. Her work is contrasted with black and white images creared by the late John Watt, a Perth photographer.
Sophie began her career in environmental sciences before studying photography at Edinburgh College of Art followed by an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication.
One of Perth's most iconic buildings, Perth Museum and Art Gallery is a hove of cultural activity in the city centre. From portraits and photographs to Miss Ballantyne’s salmon, there is always a fascinating array of objects from the collections on display complemented by in-gallery activities for families.
Perth Museum and Art Gallery is open Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 – 17:00.
Drawn to the Land at Perth Museum & Art Gallery runs from 6th July to 31st October 2019. Entrance is free.
Sophie’s editorial and long term personal work has been published widely by clients including The Guardian, The New York Times, The Telegraph Magazine, FT Magazine, The Washington Post, Esquire Magazine, Foto8, The British Journal of Photography, Portfolio Magazine, Lucky Peach, Le Monde and many others.
In 2012 Sophie co-founded Document Scotland, a collective of internationally acclaimed photographers dedicated to chronicling the social, cultural and economic life in Scotland.
Sophie is a lecturer in photography at Edinburgh Napier University, a senior lecturer at Falmouth University MA Photography online and a member of the board of trustees for Impressions Gallery in Bradford.
Sophie’s work has been published in several books including “New Light” The Jerwood Foundation (2009), “Tunnock” Cafe Royal Books (2015), “The Bigger Picture”, Impressions Gallery (2015) and “Compassion, Commitment, Community” The Savitri Waney Charitable Trust (2013).
From her website about page : www.sophiegerrard.com