Lorraine Morris is a fine art printer/photographer whose practice combines the disciplines of drawing, painting and photography to explore landscapes which capture and retain the trace of human activity. Photography, which literally means 'light drawing' is an immensely important element in the process of exploring memory. It is their material quality combined with the captured image, that makes photographs amongst our most treasured possessions, as well as vessels of personal and collective memory. The images created attempt to investigate the relationships between time, space and place.
Lorraine graduated from Winchester School of Art in 2008. She has work in private collections in the UK and in the permanent collection of The University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol. Her work has been exhibited in Winchester, Southampton and The Forest of Dean and in London at APT Gallery in Deptford.