Siân Davey is a photographer with a background in Fine Art and Social Policy. She worked for 15 years as a humanist, Buddhist psychotherapist and then photography found her 2014. Her work is an investigation of the psychological landscapes of both herself and those around her, with her family and community being central to her practice.
Davey is the recipient of numerous awards including the winner of the Arnold Newman Award for New Directions in Portraiture and the Prix Virginia Woman’s Photography Award. Her book ‘Looking for Alice’ was shortlisted for Paris Photo – Aperture Best Book Award Shortlist 2016 and shortlisted for the Kraszna – Krausz Foundation Book Award. Davey’s work is held in the collections of the V&A, The Science Museum, Martin Parr collection and the French National Collection.
Title: Alice and Paddy Blow Bubbles, 2022
This image is taken from the forthcoming exhibition at North Wall Gallery, part of Photo Oxford 2023 and a publication: Pictures from the Garden, Dewi Lewis, 2023